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Bucket full of bad stuff

Post #5 in threat types Hostile software presents a confusing problem for business owners. It’s hard to visualize the hazards. Words like “worm”, “virus” and “malware” seem interchangeable. Then there …

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Fake Microsoft login screens (Office 365)

Post #4 in threat types Hackers are creating fake Microsoft login screens using official logos and text. Abusing Microsoft’s branding is one more dirty trick in the hackers’ toolbox. “Branding” …

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Prevent ransomware attacks now

Post #3 in threat types How can you prevent ransomware attacks? What can you do when a box on your screen says files have been encrypted? Stand up now and …

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De-Spoof Your Email Inbox

Post #1 in threat types Crooks send fake email so they can take other people’s money. Regardless of the text inside the email, the intent is some variation on unfairly …

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Finding free anti-malware info

Where will malware pop up? The problem is, you’re not sure where to look for danger. Is malware already in one of your computers? How much damage might it cause? …

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5 Do-It-Yourself Computer Tips

Some tweaks don’t need a paid professional! Take charge of your workstation with these do-it-yourself computer tips! 1- Install the right software; choose carefully! Do you really need that quirky …