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How to stay safe online on Black Friday

CRN Friday, 29 November 2019
By Zakir Hussain When the Black Friday craze engulfs the planet, people often throw caution aside for a good deal, opening a door for all sorts of cybercriminals. But staying safe online is not difficult if you follow a few simple rules. Six times more spam emails are sent than legitimate emails each day, and […]

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Black Friday, the Friday after thanksgiving, and is still considered the biggest single shopping day of the year. The average per-person spending last year was 313 dollars and 29 cents. So, what do you need to know before you start shopping?

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