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Following these tips will ensure that your data is as insecure as possible.

  1. Use the same password for everything. That way, you’ll never forget your password, even if you try to!
  2. Don’t bother with antivirus software. It just slows down your computer and creates false alarms anyway. Plus, who wants to pay for something that you might not even need?
  3. Leave your computer unlocked and unattended. Your coworkers will appreciate the opportunity to check their email or post a hilarious meme from your account.
  4. Click on every link you see. Even if it seems suspicious, it’s probably fine. After all, you might even stumble upon some hilarious cat videos or memes that will brighten your day.
  5. Never update your software or operating system. Those updates are just a ploy by tech companies to get you to buy their latest products. Your computer is perfectly fine just the way it is.
  6. Share your personal information with everyone. Your social security number, credit card info, and mother’s maiden name are all great conversation starters.
  7. Store your data on a USB drive that you keep on your keychain. That way, you’ll always have access to your files, even if you lose your computer or it gets stolen.

Follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way to having your data hacked, your identity stolen, and your computer overrun with malware. Happy surfing! (Or should we say, happy sinking?)