Using the internet has become a part of our daily lives. We use it for everything, work, research, getting the news, keeping up to date with family and friends and entertainment. Unfortunately, the more we use the internet, the more risks we take.There are risks of identity theft, invasion of privacy and of coarse, computer viruses and malware.

Business Insider claims that hackers are now buying web domains that contain popular typos in order to download malware, which is software that is intended to damage or disable computers and computer systems.

For those of you that like to watch Netflix, BEWARE. People who type 'netflix.om' instead of 'netflix.com' now run the risk of having malware and viruses downloaded on to their computer. Netflix users, who accidentally typed in 'netflix.om' were recently redirected to a site that asked them to update their flash player. Those who did were victimized by viruses, pop ups and malware.