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How secure is Hubpages Login? Has anyone ever had their HP account hacked??
It isn't. I have had mine hacked into and FACEBOOK IS EVEN MORE VIABLE. cHANGE YOUR ACCOUNT AND USE A FOREIGN WORD AS A PASSWORD. YOUR HUBS CAN BE PLAGERIZED WITHOUT YOUR KNOWING KEEP A COPY EVERYTIME YOU WRITE ONE.
i doubt hub pages has any security issues, you should be more concerned about the adware and viruses running on your local computer, and most importantly anything you have installed from any website could collect information then relay it to another server. Virus scan + firewall + don't use internet explorer + do not install anything from none trustworthy people/domains = you should be fine but scan your computer anyway.
Make sure your hubpages password is very secure. Ensure the following: Include punctuation marks and/or numbers. Mix capital and lowercase letters. Include similar looking substitutions, such as the number zero for the letter 'O' or '$' for the letter 'S'. Create a unique acronym. Include phonetic replacements, such as 'Luv 2 Laf' for 'Love to Laugh'.
Most websites use a symmetric algorithm, most common is AES which is Advanced Encryption Standard, it does the job very well and is used with Facebook, and Hubpages. Only way you'll get hacked on either is if you have an easy password or a keylogger. but thats the case for any website, unless they have an onscreen keyboard like some.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_E … n_Standard
I'm an IT for the US Navy and I dealt with this for a nice amount of time.
by Audrey Selig2 years ago
It had no Hubpage money in it , but I froze my personal checking account associated with Paypal. I sm receivng emails, I believe, from a Paypal fraud site and also Paypal.
by Rose Gold6 years ago
Hi this Dorsi I'm posting through my friend Roses account. I tried to sign into my HubPages account this morning and my password, account and picture has been hacked. I can't get in and they have hacked my PayPal...
by Mark6 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz6 years ago
My HubPages account was hacked yesterday. I had posted about my earnings in one of the forums here in response to a question that was asked. This looks like a targeted attack on my account here. The hacker changed my...
by Adam Finan6 years ago
Anyone had there e-mail account hacked!?I had my Hotmail account hacked by some wanna be Internet Blogger who emailed all my contacts there links to an affiliate product! Even the editor at Hubpages!!All Hotmail do is...
by My Inner Jew8 years ago
My account has been hacked and I have only just now gotten into it. Well, I should say my everything has been hacked...email, hubpages, facebook....My password has been changed on everything. The only reason...
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