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Cybersecurity tax season tips
Monday - 3/14/2011, 2:22pm EDT
The Wall Street Journal reports these cyber crooks have created websites in order to lure unsuspecting citizens into clicking the wrong link or downloading a virus-laden PDF.
But there are some ways to protect yourself:
- Don't download documents that say they are from the IRS or a tax preparer. The government will never send IRS forms over the internet.
- Don't file your taxes using a wireless connection or an unsecured public wireless hotspots like the ones provided by coffee shops.
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