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Located in security/C/security.xml:14(year)
Locking the screen discourages people from accessing an unattended computer. All applications and work remain open while the screen is locked, and the selected screensaver is displayed.
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Located in docs/security/C/security.xml:35(para)
Keyboard shortcuts can be changed in <application>System Settings</application> under the <guilabel>Keyboard &amp; Mouse</guilabel>. To access these settings, go to Menu Bread Crumbs. Select <guilabel>Global Keyboard Shortcuts</guilabel>, in the KDE component dropdown, select <guilabel>Run Command Interface</guilabel> and locate <guilabel>Lock Session</guilabel>.
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Located in ../docs/security/C/security.xml:69(para)
A <guibutton>Lock Screen</guibutton> button can be added to the <application>Panel</application> for quick and easy screen locking. Right-click the <application>Panel</application>, select <guibutton>Add Widgets...</guibutton>, select <guibutton>Lock/Logout</guibutton> and drag it to the proper location on the Panel.
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Located in ../docs/security/C/security.xml:79(para)
To unlock the screen, move the mouse or press a key. Enter the password, and either press the <keycap>Return</keycap> key or press the <guibutton>Unlock</guibutton> button.
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Located in docs/security/C/security.xml:89(para)
If more than one person has a user account on the computer and the screen is locked by one user, other users can press the <guibutton>Switch user...</guibutton> button to unlock the screen for their own accounts. They will not be able to access currently-open work in locked accounts. Users with locked screens can switch back to their own accounts and unlock their screens when the computer becomes available.
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Located in docs/security/C/security.xml:94(para)
From time to time, email messages carry viruses or links to fraudulent websites. It is important to learn how to deal with these messages, in order to prevent the computer or personal information from being compromised or misused.
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Located in ../docs/security/C/security.xml:117(para)
Typically such messages are sent by strangers. However, sometimes this type of email appears to be from a trusted acquaintance, even though that person did not really send it. It is possible to include a fake sender email address in emails.
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Located in docs/security/C/security.xml:123(para)
Spam (junk) email with offers for unwanted services and products
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Located in ../docs/security/C/security.xml:133(para)
Scam emails asking for help in exchange for money
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Located in ../docs/security/C/security.xml:139(para)
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