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Credit.com in the News 4.11.14

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This week, the news was swamped with reports of Internet security issues, and Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of Credit.com, made an effort to share as much helpful information for consumers as possible. Here are some of his tips, from how to handle the Heartbleed bug to tax identity theft and the end of Windows XP.

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