It May Not Be Safe to Post That Throwback Graduation Photo

There's always some group of a$$ hats who has to ruin it for the rest of us. Dang you, hackers!

Low Angle View Of Man Holding Graduation Cap

With *most* everyone at home, a bunch of challenges have popped on social media. Those challenges have us sharing details in our threads and posts that could make our info vulnerable.

If you’ve been on social media lately, you know that many people are posting their high school or college senior photos. These throwback photos are being done to show support for the #Classof2020. But while this is sweet and fun – you need to be careful. In fact, the Better Business Bureau is warning against it. Why? Because it allows scammers to get your graduation date and the name of your high school -- which are two common online security questions.


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