Hmm, looks like i dropped my computer good thing i backed up my data.
Looks like i got an email from work, but it's in the spam section,guess i should not open it.
Looks like my firewall detected an unauthorized user, i should block them.
If you don't want your information deleted from your computer by human error you need to back it up and store it in a safe place. When an accident will happen it will be a human error that could be prevented.
Oh, no! I dropped my computer in the pool!
Many people get those spam emails, yet be aware they are everything but safe to open. You can delete them. If you see an email that is asking your person information... DON'T OPEN IT!
They are asking for my account information to find me online, i should not respond, and delete the chat.
Hackers are another problem you want to avoid online, they can steal your personal information and use it in bad ways. You can avoid this by installing a firewall and using a good password.
They are saying they know me, but i don,t know them. I don't think i should respond.
Floods and natural events are something no computer is safe from. To keep your computer safe, or at least your data, you need to use a surge protector which will protect your computer during a storm from a surge. You need to keep it at room temperature and possibly insulate it from a fire with a spray.
Another thing to protect yourself from is phishing, which occurs when an online predator gets your information in a chat or other source you can talk through. To prevent this you need to be 100% sure the person you are talking to id really the person you think it is.
Online predators are also a form of phishing because they lure you into their trust and take your private information for themselves. They can even pretend to be someone you know. To avoid this you need to check your privacy settings to see if they are on. Another way is using email filters that take out unsafe emails that are spam from getting opened.