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The security setting to always turn on

The security setting to always turn on
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We have some really good news for you. When it comes to protecting your family, your money and your privacy, there's one simple tip that will do it all.

You've been hearing a lot about the dangers lurking in the digital world. At Komando.com, we have been telling you about these very real dangers for years.

However, these scary reports are only now becoming fodder for TV news networks, newspapers and websites. You see headlines that scream, "ransomware," "hackers," "scams," "ID theft" and more.

Just think about the massive Equifax data breach that has recently dominated the headlines. The fact that at least 143 million people have had their personal information compromised is horrifying.

But that is far from the only danger out there. We've told you about IRS scams that have cost people like you millions of dollars. There have been ransomware attacks that have shut down life-saving medical equipment.

All this is truly scary. Yet, there is one tip that you can simply set up to prevent a lot of cybercrimes from adversely affecting your life.

We'll tell you how to set it up so your favorite sites like Facebook, Google and your bank accounts are protected. All you need to set up this must-have security system is a smartphone and a couple of minutes.

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