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In today’s generation, the internet has become an essential part of our lives for communication, banking and studying. Especially the youth has turned them into the virtual world. Have you ever speculated how many people stalk you on social media? With the rapid usage of the internet by society, it is also important to protect the information. A computer should have security in it if not it will be accessed by hackers. A hacker can illegally access the data present in a computer. Hacking the important data affects our lives adversely. Cyber-attacks are generally planned wisely. The cyber security specialists and cybercriminals started the competition which will be compared with the growth of offensive weapons and defensive ones to resist the attacks. Cyber security is that the field of science that's developing perpetually and speedily. A Cybercrime square measures currently a worldwide downside that affects innumerable spheres of human life. Every new appliance and software package become the target for cyber criminals sooner or later, therefore their makers do everything doable to be one step ahead. Nearly everything we have a tendency to see in our everyday life may require a number of the cyber security. The main ambition of the hackers is to steal confidential information or to change the data. The hackers opt for a unique way to infect the computer to gain access to it. They usually use malicious software to infect the computer. A virus is been carried by the attachments of the e-mails. When we download these attachments, the computer gets infected. Cyber security plays a major role in organizations such as governments, businesses, hospitals as these have a wide range of confidential information with them. Social networking sites became the medium for sharing information and connecting with people. One side we have an advantage as it connects people, on the other hand, it creates opportunities for cybercrimes. As an individual, we should be alert enough to secure our accounts and data.


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