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Keep your browser secure. To guard your online transactions, use encryption software that scrambles information you send over the internet. A “lock” icon on the status bar of your internet browser means your information will be safe when it’s transmitted. Look for the lock before you send personal or financial information online.When you order new checks, don’t have them mailed to your home, unless you have a secure mailbox with a lock.
Ask houseguests and visitors to put purses, bags, or coats that have medicines in them up and away. Ask them to keep medicines out of sight when they are in your home. And be sure to keep your purse, bag, or coat with medicines in it stored safely away from your child, too.Learn how to your child safe by babyproofing the crib and home, keeping medicines and poisons out of…
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You can also turn on some cautionary settings in individual apps. In Snapchat, for example, you can set Who Can Contact Me to My Friends to block out strangers. In Facebook, to control who can see their profile and all of their posts. On Instagram, on Private Account to keep prying eyes from seeing what your kids are up to.