The Сyberworld Survival Guide

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The end of the world occurred pretty much as we had predicted- too many computers and mobile devices and not enough knowledge to deal with it. The details are trivial and pointless. The reasons, as always, purely human errors. Just one computer worm created by human hands quickly raged out of control. The Internet was overwhelmed, websites crashed. Social networks were swallowed up by fake accounts and users quickly became victims. Unprotected infrastructures crumbled under targeted attacks. Digital humanity was almost extinguished; a quiet darkness fell across the Internet, lasting many years…

Few were able to survive the devastation and reach relative safety. Those that did enclosed all the experiences and lessons they learned into a guide, The Сyberworld Survival Guide, which will help us avoid a similar fate.

The entire series of The Сyberworld Survival Guide can be found here:


Access denied: Hackers Bob and Rob didn’t know that Jane’s Facebook password was 64 characters long and included a quote from Twilight typed in reverse


 Information in leading antivirus companies’ blogs are so useful that even giant mutant cats are looking at it


Before entering a social network, there shouldn’t be a toothless, unshaven man at the entrance


 You should go to a public library


But better watch where you insert your USB stick


“I’m not vulnerable, I’m telling you!”, a phrase told to a malware that didn’t help Tux, the penguin, avoid an attack 


What do a public pool and public Wi-Fi have in common? Too many people!

771RS7X3MwJVh2eL_7HkoSGX7WnpQPtheFpIMWCSShw We all like these free gigabytes, admit it.


 Even when they bite us.


Cell #42 unfortunately was already packed with a backup copy of the ultimate questions about life, the universe and everything else