TairikuOkami

Level 23
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First the bank account only are need it for give me money and not for another thing.
Some banks charge for incoming money transfer (~15 cents here), so lets say, that someone would send you 1 cent 100 times, you might end up paying $15 and receive only $1. You can use something paypal to receive money - Get your very own PayPal.Me link or FaceBook.
 

Aktiffiso

Level 8
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And you dont think Emsisoft and comodo have much impact on my system. I dont know some banks make a chargue to recive money. . I hear good combos are Emsi + Comodo and Emsi + Vodoo and Comodo + KAF For me Comodo are good but maybe have high impact
 

Moonhorse

Level 26
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And you dont think Emsisoft and comodo have much impact on my system. I dont know some banks make a chargue to recive money. . I hear good combos are Emsi + Comodo and Emsi + Vodoo and Comodo + KAF For me Comodo are good but maybe have high impact
Just go either comodo internet security or emsi + voodooshield

Cis is lightest you can get
 

oldschool

Level 35
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I truly hope i did not read this right above, but you sent your bank account number to a friend via screenshot?

Never give your personal credentials to anyone, never... Risky behavior as such, is not able to be protected by any security product. Screen shots of the account number are not a good idea either.

Instead of giving you advice on security applications, i'm going to advise you to reconsider what and how you divulge important personal information. Learn some safer habits.


+1 on that. Best post so far!(y)
 

Spawn

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The other day i have to took a screenshot of my bank page to send my account number to a friend who need it to make a payment.
Don't know if this is a Joke or what.

If your friends account [device/phone/email] gets hacked, images stored on their device/email/cloud storage are visible to the unauthorised user too. Guaranteed there is now a backup of that image floating around...

You should have sent the digits in a secure text message, it's less "look-at-me".

Your paranoia will ruin you.

Follow basic security guidelines, be smart and vigilant.

You've been a member for 5 years, surely you'd know what's good or not, right?

Last of all, remember to update your PC Security Configuration.