Security risk: low
You know about major and minor security risks, and aren’t taking any chances. You keep all of your internet-connected devices safe (not just your computer), and have back-ups just in case. Your password game is strong, and you aren’t about to be tricked into giving away anything. Your mama didn’t raise no fool!
Security risk: medium
You aren’t easy to fool, but could improve your prevention. You practice caution tempered with a reasonable amount of optimism. You know better than to click suspicious attachments, links, or downloads, but you could do better with your passwords. You also need to get a reliable, automated back-up system for your files, such as cloud storage.
Security risk: moderate to high
You know how your mother told you not to talk to strangers? You follow that advice, but don’t seem to be aware that even people you know or seemingly reputable companies could be the cover for a scam. Your passwords are alarmingly simple, you don’t have a backup for your important files. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and you need to get your preventive measures in place, stat.
Security risk: very high
You risk-taker you! How does your computer still work?? You are a hacker’s dream: you don’t have antivirus or a firewall, your passwords are really simple, “back-up” isn’t in your vocabulary, and you believe everyone on the internet is who they say they are. While your innocence is charming in person, you need some training about how to be safe online. A good way to do that is by playing the new internet safety game by Google (it’s fun, I promise): https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/