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  • How is Your Cyber Security this Cyber Monday?

    It’s Cyber Monday. Your e-mail inbox is probably flooded with announcements of one-day deals. (Especially if you haven’t checked it since before Thanksgiving; you may also have gotten announcements about Black Friday sales, Thanksgiving sales, weekend sales, Early Bird sales, Early Access sales…the list goes on, and on, and on.

    If you’re shopping, or browsing, be careful. Here are some tips to help keep you safe, from staysafeonline.org and the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team.

    First, be careful where you shop. Make sure the vendor you’re dealing with is a reputable one. If you haven’t heard of the vendor, look it up and look for reviews.

    Check the site’s privacy policy. Some vendors share your information with partners and allow others to add your e-mail address to their mailing lists.

    Secure Internet with Cyber SecurityWhen you’re at a site, look at the URL. Fake websites may look identical to real ones, but the URL may use a different spelling or domain, like .com rather than .org. If you’re submitting personal information, make sure the address reads https:// or that it has a closed padlock icon. (The padlock icon may also be in the bottom right corner of the browser window.) This means the information you submit is encrypted while it’s being transmitted. The website Understanding Web Site Certificates tells more about what to consider.

    Also, be aware that some online stores and resellers on sites like eBay are selling toys recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC), according to a report by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group Education Fund (PIRG). For example, PIRG was able to buy a $15 Disney Gadget Pencil Case that was recalled in August 2015.

    The CSPC lists tips for toy safety here, and provides a searchable database for recalled products here.

    Cyber Security Computer Crime: Internet Phishing a login and password

    Second, don’t click on an e-mail link or a link from a social media site to go to a vendor. It could be a phishing attack. Phishing attackers send e-mails or use links to pretend to be trustworthy vendors, like a credit card company. But their links will take you to a malicious site that sometimes looks like the real one, where they can steal your personal information. Instead, type in the vendor’s name or perform an internet search for the vendor.

    Third, keep your internet security software and apps up to date.

    “Having the latest security software, web browser and operating system is the best defense against viruses, malware and other online threats,” according to staysafeonline.org.

    Finally, follow these other online safety tips.

    Online shopping with Cyber Security

    Use a credit card, preferably one with a low credit limit, for online purchases. Credit card laws that limit your liability in case of fraud may not apply to debit cards.

    Check your bank statements and credit reports regularly. Everyone is allowed one free credit report per credit bureau per year, and some states allow more.

    Use a separate e-mail address just for shopping, and be careful about any information you give online. Treat your personal information like you treat your bank information.


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  • Cyber Monday Sale!

    It’s Cyber Monday, folks, and we’ve got some great deals for you. Here are a few of our Cyber Monday deals. To see all the deals, click here.

    Door Busters: (remember, these go fast, and quantities are limited!)

    Deluxe Portable Privacy Shelter—On sale for $61.99, 38% off the original value of $99.95. Use the High Uinta Gear Privacy Shelter on your next camping trip, showering in an emergency, or simply for changing clothes at the beach. This shelter is roomy, extremely functional, easy to use, and stores compact for easy transport. Some features include: an enhanced material for better privacy (no silhouettes in sunny weather), detachable tarp floor, towel hanger, and stakes for anchoring to the ground.

    cyber Monday deal: Portable Privacy Shelter


    Advertised Specials:

    3 Day Emergency Kit—On sale for $49.99, a saving of 45% over the actual value of $91.55. The medium-sized backpack is stuffed with emergency survival items, addressing food, water, first-aid, warmth, light, shelter, communication, and more. This is a great way to start your own emergency kit if you’re new to preparing, or it would make a super holiday gift to start a loved one on the road to preparedness!

    Cyber Monday deal: 3-day Emergency Kit


    Provident Pantry MyChoice Vanilla Powder— Valued at $49.99, you can get this pure vanilla powder for only $19.99, a saving of 60%. Never run out of vanilla in the middle of a baking project with this 1lb. 3 oz. can of real (not imitation) vanilla powder!

     Cyber Monday deal: Pure Vanilla Powder


    Special buy Mountain House Freeze Dried Peas— Sale price while they last is $10.49, a 50 % saving over the value of $20.00 per large can. A pantry basic in nearly every household, peas are a popular side veggie—and are also great to add to salads, casseroles, and soups. In addition, you may find your kids sneaking them, as they make a healthy, sweet, crunchy snack right out of the can!

    Special Buy! Mountain House Garden Green Peas


    Take note of the following rules for the best Cyber Monday shopping experience:


    Here are the rules:

    • Items must be ordered online between the hours of 8 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. Mountain Standard Time (10 a.m. to 1:59 a.m. Eastern; 9 a.m. to12:59 a.m. Central; and 7 a.m. to 10:59 p.m. Pacific Time).
    • Sale prices on advertised specials and door busters are limited to one order per customer and will end when the product is sold out or when the sale hours are over. After that, the product will no longer be available to purchase on this promotion. Sorry, no rainchecks.
    • Doorbuster items have per-customer quantity limits.
    • If the pricing at checkout doesn’t appear to be correct, you’ll need to refresh your browser before submitting your order. (For a PC, click on F5 to refresh; for an Apple, click Apple + R.)


    Mountain House Sale:

    We are featuring all Mountain House cans at 25% to 50% off the regular price. (This Mountain House sale runs through December 5, but if you’re ordering other Cyber Monday items, you might as well get what you need on Monday and only pay once for shipping!


    Many other super bargains are available today, so settle in with your computer and a hot cup of cocoa to snag some great deals!

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