computer Scams are a problem for everyone. Read about how one person was taken advantage of and be careful yourself with scams like this one. A sad story about computer scams. We recently had a loyal customer bring in a
Customers should consider a password log book for keeping secure track of passwords. Honestly, in this day and age, no one is looking for your written password. In today’s world the bad guys are hacking into accounts in the hundreds
“If Russian malware is chatting through Instagram comments, what sort of digital dead drops might be happening on Facebook or Twitter?” I saw this article recently and it explains very well why authorities are having such a hard time stopping
Microsoft Scam I’m going to repeat this one because we haven’t yet gotten the message out to everyone as we are still seeing folks come in with it. First, Microsoft DOES NOT send you emails, or popups or web pages
Why do people write Copy and paste this message – don’t share it? When you share a post on Facebook all additional shares lead back to one original unique post. Therefore if the “Facebook Police” (Facebook management, law enforcement etc.)
Why you should NOT use HomeAdvisor. Trust a local company.