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Pombili Shilongo and Sharon Tjimbundu tackle online hacks

From personal experiences to doable solutions, Pombili and Sharon speak about online dangers.

Media personality Pombili Shilongo speaks on ways to protect oneself from being hacked online with guest and television presenter, Sharon Tjimbundu. Shilongo dropped the video entitled Avoid getting hacked on her social media platforms where she sat down with social media influencer, Tjmbundu.

PHOTO: YouTube, Pombili Shilongo page

In the video, Tjimbundu spoke on her past experiences as she too was a victim of being hack on two separate occasions.

“The first time I was hacked, I was on phone, I was trying to scroll though my Instagram then it logged itself out.”

Tjimbundu also explains in the video on how she had been logged out of her email on her second encounter of being hack and how panicked she was.

Shilongo brought to attention that online hacking can occur unexpectedly and it is important to be safe rather than sorry, she urges viewers to purchasing Kaspersky Total Security.

“Ensure your privacy on all your devices by buying Kaspersky Total Security. Kaspersky Total Security provides software service that protects your devices such as your phone, laptop etc,” she says.

PHOTO: YouTube, Pombili Shilongo page

In the current climate where most vital information is kept online, it’s always important to make sure one is safe online, Kaspersky Total Security features an antivirus, anti-ransomware, webcam security, password manager, VPN and other offers to protect yourself online. In addition, by using the discount code “pombili” you can get 20% off your purchase.


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