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Geek For Hire Aug 22
When I get an email that could be , there are steps I take to determine if I can trust the message. Should I delete it? Can I safely open the links? Click here for our free report on protecting yourself from phishing attacks:
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Geek For Hire Aug 18
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Have you been tempted to click on a shortened link on your Social Media feed? Read the blog to see why it's a bad idea.
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Geek For Hire Aug 22
Do you have ? Did you know that won'’t support after Jan. 2020? What are your plans? Continue using it & hope for the best or replace it with ? Read the blog for options.
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Geek For Hire Aug 18
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Geek For Hire, Inc. Aug 22
Did you receive an email with a shortened URL? Call the person who sent the message before clicking on any links. Read the blog for more info.
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Geek For Hire Aug 20
Set up a throwaway email account to use when you don’t want to provide your primary address. More tips in the link.
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Geek For Hire Aug 21
Are you migrating your to because has pulled general support of ? Read the blog for some of the steps you should follow.
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Geek For Hire, Inc. 23h
Never click on a unless you know and trust the person who sent it. It’s too easy to hide a virus or send someone to a corrupted website!
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Geek For Hire Aug 19
Are you concerned about Digital Privacy? I’ve found a number of interesting recent articles curated in this blog.
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Geek For Hire Aug 15
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Geek For Hire Aug 16
Are you using "Admin" as your ? That's almost like using "password" as your password. Log in to change it to something more secure today!
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Geek For Hire Aug 21
for Better - “Checking your phone at night won’t necessarily throw off your internal clock” True or not? Click the link to learn more
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Geek For Hire Aug 17
How can you protect yourself from phone scams? 1. Don't give your credit card info to someone who initiates the call to you. 2. Don't answer the phone from unknown callers. For more info, click the link.
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Geek For Hire, Inc. Aug 21
Another Social Media rule for you: Don’t click on or or other on your , etc. It could be legit, or it could be a hacker’s haven.
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Geek For Hire Aug 19
Still using Windows 7? Microsoft will discontinue general support January 2020. But you DO have some options. Read the blog for more info.
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