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25% des utilisateurs d’internet se sont fait hacker en 2015

Une nouvelle étude publiée par Kaspersky Lab et B2B international indique  que pas moins d’un utilisateurs d’Internet sur quatre a  eu en 2015 au moins un de ses  comptes en ligne piratés, aboutissant à  des messages  envoyés à  l’insu de l’utilisateur, parfois avec un lien malveillant inclus et le vol de données personnelles.

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New research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International shows that in the last 12 months one in four Internet users had at least one of their online accounts hacked, leading to unauthorized messages being sent out in the user's name, sometimes with a malicious link included, and the loss or theft of personal data. However, another study shows that, despite this, just 38% of consumers create strong passwords for every account and over half (57%) store passwords insecurely.

In addition to the number whose own accounts had been hacked, a third (32%) of respondents know of someone whose account has been hacked. The kind of accounts targeted by hackers include email (11%), social media networks (11%), and online banking or shopping accounts (7%), sites that many consumers use on a daily basis and that keep them in touch with work and their closest friends and family.

Et pour en savoir plus, l’article de Kaspersky:

Kaspersky Lab reveals 25% of Internet users had an account hacked in 2015

New research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International shows that in the last 12 months one in four Internet users had at least one of their online accounts hacked, leading to unauthorized messages being sent out in the user’s name, sometimes with a malicious link included, and the loss or theft of personal data

Le rapport de Kaspersky est accessible en direct ici:

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