Each time you create a new account on a website on the internet, you asked yourself: how many of the sites provided personal data and information, such as: name, address, email address, birth date and other data and information with your use of the internet over the years.
This data and information can be used by cybercriminals to create a profile for you a little bit of research online, would you must provide your data and your personal information real each time you create a new account in a website?
Well, if you think good you will find that there is no reason for you to provide real detail about your life when you create a new account in any website you want to use it, some sites don’t require it, such as: the position of Netflix, which does not care about the content you are watching as long as he was over the age of 18 years.
Similarly, we find that forums or news sites generally do not require to provide them your personal data, such as date of birth or address as they will not benefit directly, but often you are selling this information for advertising or used by themselves to target you with ads, and then we find that most often you will be able to access these services properly even if you provided personal information to fake.
The basic point is that giving the web sites false information makes it more difficult for cybercriminals in getting the details of your personal data in the case of their penetration to these sites, which can then be used as part of an identity theft, or they can try to reset your password using your information the right way you provided when prompted to do so, such as: e-mail address and date of birth.
Of course, the hardest part of this method is the ticket information counterfeit which is used in the case of delivery in what position, here at least you can just switch your birthday month or the day, but does not provide all details of your real birth fully.
Where you can use the date of birth of a relative instead, or you can use an old address instead of your current address, or email address is informal, as long as you register in a particular service does not require enter this information correctly when creating a new account, you should be fine to use any site or service to log data to false especially if you will use this web site or the service only once.
And if you’re worried about forgetting the details of your data fake that you provide to create a new account every time it requires, you can write your details into a text document, then store it in one of the cloud storage services or on your phone or as a draft in your primary email address that you use in your transactions over the internet.