example

tiny.cc/8rowa has some public access restrictions...
So sorry, but you aren't allowed to visit that page.

Before You Click...or Before You Enter Any Personal Info

Malicious websites might look identical to a legitimate site to fool you into revealing passwords, personal or financial information. The trick usually relies on a variation in spelling or in using a slightly different domain, so pay close attention to the website URLs of any questionable pages.

Safetly first - a simple click, in some situations can be a spyware trap. Be aware of:
Pop-ups (even closing them can be dangerous).
Clickable graphics.
Deceptive links.

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