Popular browsers display the authenticated company name in the address bar
, often in the color green.
Book your stay and tickets only on trusted websites of trusted providers, ideally typing the address of their website manually in the address bar
However, a phishing site can display its own fake URL bar when the user scrolls down and trick Chrome into not displaying the original address bar
when a user scrolls up.
The bug, as discovered by James Fisher, leverages how the Chrome mobile app disappears the address bar
when you scroll down.
Save the address of your e-wallet in a tab and access it from there -- in order to avoid making a mistake in the address bar
and accidentally going to the phishing site instead.
He later proceeded to the Lady Reading Hospital.During his trip to KP, the CJP will also visit the KP Judicial Academy and address bar
members as the Peshawar High Court.
Only access secure sites that begin with 'https' with a closed lock icon near the address bar
Look for a small padlock symbol in the address bar
and a web address beginning with https:// rather than http:// (the s stands for 'secure').
However, the silver lining is that the Telugu symbol doesn't appear to trigger an error when viewed over an internet browser, unless pasted into a text field like the web address bar
. According to Apple, the company is currently working to fix the dangerous bug.
Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 The agency also asked consumers to take note of the lock icon in the address bar
to confirm legitimacy of the website and choose "cash on delivery" as mode of payment whenever possible.
Of those people who had fallen victim to online fraud, less than a quarter (23 per cent) said they check for the padlock authentication symbol in the address bar
on the payment page, with the same number checking that the web address started with 'https'.
"Reputable websites use technologies such as SSL (Secure Socket Layer) that encrypt data during transmission," Marc Saltzman explains in the piece "Tips for online shopping." He suggests finding a little padlock icon in the address bar
or transact with websites that start with "https" (with an "s" for secure) instead of "http." There are also some browsers that show a green address bar
to signal that your credit card details are safe to give out, says Saltzman.