I’m sorry to say that some crooks are trying to prey on job hunters, and you need to be careful. I had a long conversation with Predrag Lesic, CEO at the international tech company Domain.ME. This business and his background include cybersecurity. He offered some eye-opening ways you need to be aware of. With Covid-19 and more time online working from home, this increases the opportunity for scammers to defraud you. He particularly pointed out that as companies shrink their office space, keeping employees working from home, the U.S. has had 80% of people online more than ever before. Unfortunately, many individuals are too trusting with sending banking info and making online payments. As a result, criminal developers can hack you at home and get your personal information shared with you as an employee, permitting company access. Then they return to your computer and enter your company using your employee ID. 

Lesic says to pay attention to the domain name. Look for misspelling in domain names, such as using the number 3 instead of e. The URL is where you see fraud—scammers only do a good home page. Be vigilant to see if there are any spelling errors or any problem with a form, text that is not written correctly. Be aware that the domain name is often like another name you might know. 

Beware of phishing issues which is the fraudulent practice of sending emails from reputable companies to induce…

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