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What Is “UTM_Source” And Should You Be Worried?

What Is “UTM_Source” And Should You Be Worried?

You may have seen URLs with a long string attached to the end of the link that looks something like this: “utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_campaign=new+article&wa_ibsrc=fanpage.” Should you be worried about the implications of this? We’ll have a look at what UTM is and answer any question you might have on this subject.

MTE Explains: How Credit Card Numbers Work

MTE Explains: How Credit Card Numbers Work

If you own a credit card, you will know that it contains a string of 16 digits where you have to key in while making an online purchase. While these numbers look random, they do follow a pattern and it is pretty simple to generate a series of valid credit card numbers.