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Detailed login guides, help contact phone numbers and FAQs for some of the most popular websites on the internet.
If you are having problems logging in to a website, or if you have lost your password or User ID, then we are here to help. We also check and verify login pages in our database, so that you can be sure that you land on the correct login page.
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Logging in securely.
Hacking, ‘phishing’ and identity theft are the crime trends of our time. As more and more of our life tasks are done over the internet, or with apps, we become more and more vulnerable to security breaks.
What can you do to ensure that you are logging in safely?
- When you open an account online, make sure that your password is at least 10 characters long and includes special characters. Also, make sure that your password is not stored anywhere on your computer or online, or in emails to yourself, etc. For more on choosing the correct password, see Password Help.
- Regularly clean your computer or mobile phone for viruses, ‘trojan’ horses and suspect programs, that have been downloaded by mistake. AVG and AVAST are good, free anti-virus programs, and SuperAntiSpyWare will remove most of any malicious programs.
- Never click on attachments and files in emails, if you are not expecting a file from that person.
- Look for websites starting with https instead of just http. Google and Bing are gradually pushing websites to use the SSL https certificate, which makes login and online shopping safer.
- Make sure that you are on the correct login page before you login. Here on LoginSecure.org, we provide screenshots and direct links to the correct login pages of the busiest websites in the world. If in doubt, check our website first. Criminals are constantly setting up fake ‘phishing’ login pages that look like the real thing, but are using a slightly different URL address. Alternatively, try googling your login destination, for example “iCloud login” and the top result will, usually, be the correct log in page.