Security tips for developers
- Use strong and unique passwords: Use a different password for each account and create strong passwords with a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols.
- Enable two-factor authentication: Use two-factor authentication whenever possible to add an extra layer of security to your accounts.
- Keep software up to date: Keep your operating system, software, and apps up to date to ensure that you have the latest security patches.
- Use antivirus software: Install and regularly update antivirus software to protect your computer from viruses and malware.
- Be cautious of suspicious emails and links: Don’t click on links or download attachments in emails from unknown senders.
- Be mindful of public Wi-Fi: Use a virtual private network (VPN) when connecting to public Wi-Fi to protect your data from potential hackers.
- Protect your mobile devices: Use a passcode or biometric authentication to lock your phone or tablet, and be cautious of downloading apps from unknown sources.
- Back up your data: Regularly back up your important data to protect it from loss or theft.
- Monitor your financial accounts: Keep an eye on your financial accounts and report any suspicious activity to your bank or credit card company.
- Use common sense: When in doubt, use common sense and be cautious about sharing personal information online or with strangers.
- National Cyber Security Alliance (
https://staysafeonline.org/) - A non-profit organization that provides resources and tips to stay safe online.
- Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (
https://www.cisa.gov/cybersecurity) - A federal agency that provides resources and tools to help protect - against cyber threats.
- Federal Trade Commission (
https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/small-businesses/cybersecurity) - Provides tips and guidance on cybersecurity - for small businesses.
- US-CERT (
https://www.us-cert.gov/) - A division of the Department of Homeland Security that provides resources and alerts related to cybersecurity.
- OWASP (
https://owasp.org/) - The Open Web Application Security Project provides information and resources on application security.
- Microsoft Security (
https://www.microsoft.com/security) - Provides information on cybersecurity and resources to protect your devices.
- Google Security (
https://safety.google/security/) - Provides information and tips on keeping your Google account and devices safe.
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- Kaspersky Security (
- McAfee Security (
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