That might sound alarmist, but it’s unfortunately true. If you know what to look out for, and if you aren’t so confident as to think these things could never happen to you, the safer you’ll be.Did you know that agencies can track where you go on the Web?Back in 2010, criminals stored their child pornography on the computers of unsuspecting innocents through the use of a virus.
The next time you’re thinking about visiting an adult website — or any website that deals with sketchy subjects — you may want to reconsider.
Tinder is still on top as the most popular of all the best sex apps, and 2017 has seen the numbers of Tinder’s paid users rocketing to 476,000 singletons subscribing for premium access.
Discreet online dating site Ashley Madison (targeted primarily at cheating spouses) has been hacked.
However this is a far more serious issue than has been portrayed in the press, with considerable implications for user safety.
The truth is that most porn buyers are those who seek very specific, very niche categories — and these are so rare that they’re worth paying for.
This also means that there are plenty of scammers who will gladly capitalize on these insatiable desires.
release your porn history to the public, report you to the FBI for child pornography, etc) unless you pay the fee of a few hundred dollars.
We already mentioned ransomware above, but malware as a whole is one of the more serious issues you could encounter when browsing adult websites.
to only show advertisements that you’ll find relevant to your interests), but the scary thing is that these profiles can be used to compile your browsing history.