From: Steven Spiller
Dear Internet user,
Let me share a story with you. Names have been changed to protect the innocent...
A few years ago - a friend, we'll call him Dave - was enjoying his evening off from work, sitting at the computer, watching a movie.
Dave was enjoying the movie, minding his own business, when all of a sudden his smart phone received a notification.
Apparently there was an issue connecting to his email (gmail) account, and he needed to reconfirm his credentials.
Now, Dave had this happen before, so he just went about entering his details again. Not even thinking twice about it.
His phone returned the following: Error: Invalid Username or Password. Please try again.
That was when he realized something terrible. But first, he needed to confirm his suspicions.
Dave quickly switched to his Gmail account in the browser on his computer. Dave was absolutely frantic beyond words.
Before I continue, let me reveal some shocking statistics to you about the situation I'm going to describe:
Anyway, back to my story... Dave had to confirm his suspicions (that he was hacked), and so he went to refresh his email account on his computer and he discovered that he had been logged out. Dave attempted to log in again and he got the dreaded invalid password message.
That's when it hit Dave like a ton of bricks. His mouth was dry. He was sweating. He was in full on panic mode.
Dave was, to put it lightly, screwed.
However, he had already put into place security measures in case this happened. There was an even bigger issue that Dave was about to unfold.
The person that compromised his account and gained access, had already made quick work of Dave's back up account. That's when it dawned on him that this person was really good at doing what they were doing.
Dave was extremely unlucky up until this point. But there was still hope in recovering his email account, and protecting any further damage.
You see, a lot of Dave's important financial accounts were linked to his email account. THAT specific e-mail account. Dave was in a really bad position.
Dave worked quickly through the night to secure different accounts like PayPal, banks, credit companies, and other accounts which contained person information. Dave's luck had turned in terms of securing his secondary and financial accounts. Or most of them.
All the while, he gave recovering one of his secondary accounts a shot. Dave had remembered a specific detail that Google was asking him for in order to gain access to the account.
Dave had broken through to one of his secondary accounts, one that STILL had A LOT of power. One that could help him iron out the mess that this "hacker" created for him.
He ended up securing the secondary account, his financial accounts, and a few other important things.
Unfortunately, Dave had already lost A LOT of other accounts and some personal data that was stored in his main email account and associated accounts that were compromised.
Because of this, he had to spend a lot of time recovering certain information and contacting customer support for tons of accounts.
It was a gigantic mess that took Dave weeks, even months until things were back on track.
There are database leaks all the time, and what if one of them happens to contain pertinent account information related to you?
After this incident, Dave spent A LOT of extra time securing future accounts and planning out measure to prevent this from ever happening again.
Based on Dave's experience, I managed to come up with an entire system interjected with my own experiences and even compiled research information from top security officials from various companies and organizations.
It was beyond important to me to prevent this from happening to myself or anybody close to me.
I will tell you that it has NEVER happened again since then, but there have been attempts.
Now that I've shared my story with you, let me present you with a few recent up-to-date astonishing statistics about account security:
The reality of the world today is that more people now are connected digitally and run the massive risk of having any of their account(s) compromised at really any moment.
But, this doesn't have to happen to you or ANYBODY at all. What you really need to do is get your hands on something you can read through, implement, and put your mind at ease.
That was when I realized that I had spent all of this time and put forth all of this effort, and I inadvertently developed an entire easy to follow system. A system crammed full of all sorts of materials, forming a huge package that I could share.
With all of that in mind, it's time for you to get your hands on the very same e-book and security improvement methods that I compiled for this very situation.
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