Email hacking is a very common practice. I was amazed at the email address number of sites that offer to teach you how to hack someone’s email. This is a terrible practice and not email address only is an invasion of privacy but it email address can be used for a variety of illegal email address practices.
In the news today: “Attorney Appeals Decision in Palin Email Hacking” as reported on email address NewsChannel5.com, a young man has been found guilty of hacking into Sarah Palin’s email account email address during the presidential campaign. His sentence can be 21 months in jail! This is certainly no laughing matter. For those folks who email address have had their email hacked… there is nothing funny about it. What can you do to prevent your email from being hacked?
Most email accounts are hacked by ‘phishing’. Phishing is when you receive email address an email from what appears to be a legitimate site and it asks you to click on links or enter personal/private email address information. NEVER do this, because if you do, you have just given the hacker the personal info they need to access your email address accounts, like banking or credit card details.