how long do i have to be online to become a victim of cyber crime
You don't need to be online to become a victim of cyber crime. Cyber crime is using the internet to commit crime. If you have a debit/credit card you can be a victim of cyber crime even not using it online.
The same with having a bank account. If you have a bank account your bank can be attacked and your account be changed.
Unfortunately there are various ways to get robbed electronically.
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