Security

Is my credit/debit card information stored in your database?

##site-name## does not store your credit/debit card number.

Protect your account

Here are a few things that you can do to keep your information safe both while on and off ##site-name##:
  • Use an email address and does not reveal your name.
  • Create a unique password that’s easy for you to remember and includes a mix of upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and symbols.
  • Don’t reuse the same email address and password on other sites.
  • Change your password every 30.
  • Never reveal your passwords to anybody.
  • Never store your passwords on smartphones or tablets.
  • Log out when you are not actively using a site. Simply closing the browser is not enough to ensure privacy.

Protect your privacy

Read the Privacy Policy to understand ##site-name##’s policies for collecting, using, disclosing, retaining, and protecting your personal information. The tips below can help you protect your privacy when using social media or when buying online:
  • Don’t overshare your personal information on public-facing sites.
  • Don’t share your email address, phone numbers, or other personal contact information outside of Bunduul.
  • Be wary of internet surveys, petitions, or polls that may just be a trick to collect your personal information, which can be used to scam or hack you.

Protect your device

Follow these tips to keep your device and data safe:
  • Protect your device with a strong password. Lock your screen with a password when not using your device.
  • Never leave your devices unattended in a public place.
  • Avoid installing software that you don’t need or that comes from unverified sources.
  • Keep your software up-to-date. Install software updates and security patches as soon as they are available.

Protect your network

Follow these tips to help keep your network secure:
  • Secure the router for your wireless network with a password.
  • Change the name of your wireless network and any pre-set passwords provided by the vendor, even if the name and password seems complex.
  • Be sure to change your router administrator password as soon as you set up your wireless network.
  • Keep your router’s software up-to-date. Register with the manufacturer to get updates.

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