We received this scam email that appears to come from UPS. In this post, we take a close look at this email so you can learn how to spot emails like this in the future and prevent a virus infection on your computer.
While we understand it is frustrating to have this happen, especially if you have opted to pay for anti-virus (as opposed to using free downloads) here is how this happens and how to help you prevent it.
Cryptowall is very similar to CryptoLocker, but it can enter computers differently. Here is how it enters computers, how to avoid it, and other recommendations from computer experts.
The malware industry has major negative and economic impacts for both individuals, and businesses. Here is a current look at the most destructive malware in terms of data loss and financial losses.
Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP. As a result, routine security patches will not be released and this means XP machines will have more security vulnerabilities. If you plan to remain on Windows XP after support ends on April 8, here are some tips to keep your system more secure.
The FBI virus continues to grow and now has several variations. With each new strain of the virus, the end goal is the same- to gain financial information.
As you begin to mentally prepare yourself for the commitment you are about to make to your New Years’ resolutions, consider penciling in a few resolutions for your technology while you’re at it!
Classifying malware can be difficult because
there are thousands of programs created on a daily basis and some can be
classified into multiple categories. However, we have laid out basics here.
This virus is circulating and demanding $300 to unlock your computer and files. We are asking everyone to practice caution with internet browsing and opening emails as this virus has already infected two of our customers and has been difficult to remove. Because the virus is new, anti-virus software is not able to detect and quarantine the infection yet.
the flood of email from the people in your contact list telling you that your
account was hacked. Now what?
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