Do you know the best ways to avoid accidentally visiting malicious websites?

Video Transcript:

"Hey guys, welcome back. Today let's talk about going to websites and what can happen.
"So when you go up to the browser and you type in www. where ever you want to go .com, sometimes hackers have created very similar websites hoping that you will fat finger, type in the wrong address, spell it wrong, and take you to a malicious site.
"The site will actually load like the site you're trying to go to. For example, let's say you go to and you put in too many o's by fat fingering and typing it twice. A similar looking site will load, and you won't even really realize you're at the wrong site. You'll put in your username and password - and now they've got you. They've got your username and password, they'll try and download malware to your machine, they'll try and get you to click on more things. "Hey! Facebook's running a promo - sign up here for this!" all along just to get you far enough to give them the information they're after, and then the page will actually redirect you to the real one, so you'll never even know that you were at the wrong site.
"There's a couple things you can do. One: bookmark the sites you go to frequently, so in your browser you just go up click the site and it loads - you don't have to worry about fat fingering it. It's also quicker, saves you a little bit of time typing it in.
"The second thing is: put in a gateway that looks for malicious sites, looks for malicious code. This can be in the form of a DNS gateway that's looking at the DNS queries and says "hey I don't think you meant to go there," or a web gateway that's actually scanning the web page itself to look for malicious code or fake sites, and it gets lists updated daily for that.
"So one of those two options is great. Hope you have a great day."