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It is a scam by which an internet user is deceived into revealing personal or confidential information which can be used illicitly.
At least 3.4 billion phishing emails are sent out wo...
When it comes to phishing emails, you can lose everything with just a click.
You can give away your most important personal or financial information, download a destructive virus or install m...
Phishing emails are designed to bypass logic and manipulate our emotions.
Phishing is effective because it appeals to our biases and emotions. It tries to get us to make a decision quickly wi...
Phishing emails manipulate us via mental shortcuts. There are seven shortcuts or psychological principles of influence that can be exploited by phishers. These include authority, commitme...
How people of different ages react to phishing tactics, according to a study:
Nearly half of the participants fell for the phishing emails.
When you receive an email that asks for important information such as passwords or account numbers, or request payments, offer freebies, especially downloads:
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We all can form complex false memories in us, and it can even impact our decision making and future behavior. Planting false memories in a person can be used to tackle certain disorders like obesity and alcoholism.
Memory researchers have concluded that it is possible to induce fictional memories of the past in volunteers and even make them believe in some past criminal deed that never happened.
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Certain regression therapies where patients confront their buried childhood memories are prone to ‘implantation’ of false memories in their minds.
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Many singles don't have a strong enough backup plan to cover the costs of a major illness or other problems.
Ensure you have enough cash on hand to cover emergencies. For singles, the aim is between nine and twelve months of living expenses in a savings account. As you near retirement, consider bulking up to at least two years of living expenses.
Group long-term disability policies offered by employers typically replace up to 60% of your income.
To ensure you have enough coverage, aim to bring your total coverage up to 80% o 90% of your take-home pay, including bonuses and commissions.
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1. Success comes from the approval of others.
2. Failure is a source of shame.
3. You depend on authority.
Our system is performance-based and not purpose-based. It teaches mimicry and not passion. And performance-based learning isn’t even efficient.
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