August 27, 2016

DROPBOX BREACH?

Was Dropbox security breached back in 2012? Were those compromised login and passwords ever published and used? Leaving this discussion aside it is best not to take your chances when it comes to online security. If you have not changed your password for Dropbox in the last 30 months, take […]

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June 11, 2015

Is Flash Player infecting my PC?

Is Adobe® Flash® Player infecting my PC? Short answer: NO. Adobe® Flash® Player is a well rounded product and it doesn’t infect your computer. Granted, there have been some known vulnerabilities that make Flash Player susceptible to be infected by malicious code. In our experience, it’s not so much Adobe® Flash® Player being the […]

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April 17, 2015

Fraud Using Microsoft Name

Scammers are very active. They want your money, your confidential data and your computer internet connection. They call posing as Microsoft Support, or as your Antivirus People (TrendMicro, Norton, Symantec, Kaspersky), they even call saying they’re the Windows people. They might even tell you they they’re the only ones that […]

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December 7, 2013

DON’T OPEN THAT EMAIL

We know it’s hard; it’s painfully hard. We are curious by nature. But, please don’t do it. Don’t open that email. here are some examples: Your Account Has Been Limited PayPal Case ID ####### Hey, you don’t even have a PayPal account. And if you do; just go to www.paypal.com […]

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December 7, 2013

FIGHT MALWARE

Malware is the scourge of the internet. It causes big financial loses. A little prevention and an ounce of common sense can do a lot to keep your computer free of this threat. The information on this video can save you a lot of money and aggravation. Way to go […]

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