Incognito is a way of browsing the internet, that does not save your browsing history on your computer. Basically, that is all it does. I wanted to talk about Incognito browsing because recently a customer said he uses Incognito it
“Stolen credentials are used to commit fraud on an enormous scale through Account Takeover (ATO) or credential stuffing attacks. Hackers test stolen usernames and passwords leaked in third-party data breaches on other websites in the hope that they might find a
Dear HOHI Board: Please see the attachment. It is a snip from the latest newsletter of “Your Computer Friends,” a local Wilmington computer service business that Jemila and I loyally frequent. Susan Kadar, who owns the business, is passionate about
We are a Dell Partner and we do in fact sell computers. Now, that being said let me also say this – there is NO profit in selling computers. So we do not have the deal of the day here.
BE PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER PC Donors Move your PC out of the closet and into the hands of our passionate local non-profits! Over the years we have become a resource for our local non-profits – but sadly we have
Read our first news item from Encore magazine. Your Computer Friends Read Encore Magazine article from 2011 We talk a lot about the dogs, but we are also cat lovers.
It took years for Yahoo to tell it’s customers that Yahoo email had a data breach. Meanwhile scammers could change Yahoo email users passwords, read their mail and invent a multitude of ways to scam them. Then, years later –
From Microsoft: Microsoft does not make unsolicited phone calls to help you fix your computer In this scam cybercriminals call you and claim to be from Microsoft Tech Support. They offer to help solve your computer problems. Once the crooks
Are you having trouble with email password recovery of your email account after encountering a scammer? You are not alone! Scammers are changing email passwords and also the recovery options which make it impossible for you to get your free
This week we had two customers who got the Microsoft Scam – the same message on the computer, something like: “We are Microsoft, your computer is infected. Do not turn it off. Call us now.” They did. In both cases