Office Depot Caught Deceiving Customers (via KIRO 7 Seattle)

In an interview with local Seattle TV station KIRO 7, an Office Depot employee has spoken out about unnecessary computer fixes that customers who brought computers in to Office Depot were tricked into paying. According to the employee interviewed by KIRO, “If they actually did what they said and cared about customers they wouldn’t have started this program.” The employee …

Securing Your Wireless Network (Via OnGuardOnline.gov)

Today’s home network may include a wide range of wireless devices, from computers and phones, to IP Cameras, smart TVs and connected appliances. Taking basic steps to secure your home network will help protect your devices – and your information – from compromise. Understand How a Wireless Network Works Use Encryption on Your Wireless Network Limit Access to Your Network …

Do NOT Fall For Fake Pop Up Messages – Fake Tech Support

The fake pop up message telling you something is wrong with your pc is not a new scam, but I have seen a raise in calls reporting such a message in recent weeks. Let’s review some of the key details of the message and what you need to do if you come across such a situation.

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How Legit Is The Facebook Malware Cleanup Message

As a tech, one of the most common questions I get about Facebook concerns people who get a pop up while on Facebook that their system needs to be cleaned. The question usually consists of “I got a message about my computer being infect on Facebook, is that message legit”. In 2014, Facebook partnered with F-Secure, Trend Micro and ESET …