What’s on your mind? – How social media is unhealthy

This video below illustrates the classical case of “Compare and Despair“, as I explained before in my article entitled “8 ways to misuse Facebook and hurt your psyche“.

The protagonist in this video keeps on comparing his boring life to others on Facebook who seem to be having a better life and ends up damaging himself psychologically:

flower separator In this other video below, the protagonist shows us how people go by life or more accurately “how life goes by” people who are busy staring at their phone screens instead of enjoying the real life:

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How your Yahoo! Mail account can be hacked with phishing – A real life example explained


In this article, I am going to illustrate a real life scenario where an attempt to hack my email account was carried by fooling me into giving my user name / password through a fake website that looks like Yahoo! Mail.

Such attacks, where the victim is lured into entering information in what looks like an innocent website, are called “phishing attacks”. Wikipedia defines “phishing” as the following:

Phishing is the act of attempting to acquire information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and sometimes, indirectly, money) by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication

In the subsequent sections I will show you how the attack is carried, how you can inspect such emails by yourself and then conclude by giving you some safety guidelines. Continue reading