Chances you have been "attacked"
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and a new survey shows just how worried folks are about how safe, or unsafe, our information is online. The University of Phoenix poll finds that 43% of U.S. adults admit they’ve experienced a personal data breach in the past three years. What’s more, only 17% of people feel somewhat or more secure from cyber attacks today than they did last year.
Of course, the public isn’t totally blameless for becoming cyber attack victims. In fact, 78% of adults say they have at least one “bad online habit” that can be easily exploited by cybercriminals. They include:
- Using the same email address when creating online accounts (48%)
- Using the same passwords across multiple accounts (41%)
- Allowing social media sites and apps to access personal information (31%)
And those aren’t the only suspect things the public is guilty of. Only 45% of people say they’ve updated security settings to keep their data safe, while only 32% change their passwords frequently.
Source: University of Phoenix
People are painting their butts like pumpkins and dipping them in glitter for the 'gram!
PLEASE say this is not happening!
You mean to tell me that sexy Halloween costumes get a bad review, but there’s a trend of people putting their bare butts on Instagram painted like glittery pumpkins?? The good news is, if you’re really strapped for a costume, this could be the NSFW push you need to get crafty this Halloween.
People started posting photos of their glitter butts earlier in 2017, but with Halloween comes a spooky version of every trend we thought had died. That’s where glitter pumpkin butts come in. It’s the same concept, but you paint your butt like a jack—o-lantern before dousing it in glitter and taking a picture of it for the ‘gram.
Okay, so maybe it’s not the best costume for your office Halloween party, but if you’re feeling adventurous and are in the mood to clean glitter out of your butt until Easiter, this trend might be the one for you!