British youngsters are “Cyber dumb”

A recent survey suggested that more than 52% of Britons aged 18-25 are using the same password for online services.     By doing so they make it easy for hackers to hijack accounts, warned the UK government’s Cyber Aware campaign.   The danger is even more acute because of the sensitive data people typically send via email and other accounts, the survey found that about 79% of the 2,261 respondents of all ages said they had sent bank details or copies of passports and driving licences via messaging systems.…

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