Although I already knew about everything that Web Café was saying, Web Café was teaching me about scamming, inappropriate websites, and hacks. You should never open an e-mail who was sent by somebody who you don’t know. If you open an e-mail from somebody you don’t know. There’s a chance a virus could automatically download on to your computer.
Another thing is, when a link or a description to a website is suspicious, you could always hover the cursor over the link to the website. Keep the cursor over top of the link, the bottom of your browser should have the real link to the website. You can do that just in case the link is a false link and leads to a different website.
Hoaxes and scams are sent to your e-mail quite often. Hoaxes and scams are similar. A hoax is when somebody sends you something like a fake story. The sender will make it seem like a real story, most of the time they’re sad stories. They’ll ask you to donate, money, to them. Since the story is fake, they’ll keep the money for themselves. A scam is when somebody sends you a great deal for something, and asks you to give them your credit card info, the deal will be fake. If you fall for it, they’ll take all your credit card info, steal it, and use it for themselves. That means they’ll be using your money!
That’s my post on Web Café, I hope you enjoyed it.