How to recognize a virus coming in, read these articles!

This is a step by step article of how I believe 85% of our customers get infected.  It installs the virus by following these steps.  This also bypasses the Antivirus program that is installed on the computer.

http://windowssecrets.com/top-story/lizamoon-infection-a-blow-by-blow-account/

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2385522,00.asp

http://techtalk.pcpitstop.com/2011/06/07/malware-minute-whats-in-the-box/?

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Microsoft Employee Installs Chrome Mid-Demo After Edge Keeps Crashing – ExtremeTech

Source: Microsoft Employee Installs Chrome Mid-Demo After Edge Keeps Crashing – ExtremeTech


How to Sync Your Phone With Windows 10 | PCMag.com

One of Microsoft’s big pushes with Fall Creators Update is to integrate your smartphone with your PC

Source: How to Sync Your Phone With Windows 10 | PCMag.com


CCleaner Malware

Check this link for the article.

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/09/ccleaner-malware-outbreak-is-much-worse-than-it-first-appeared/?inf_contact_key=5946cb818d01cedac6d1d45f3034163e12084daac6d62eb8344d671efbe245c5


Iphone restore

How to restore an iphone. Click on the link.

 

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3225480/apple-ios/how-to-restore-an-iphone-and-use-recovery-mode.html?idg_eid=066b984d9dd83f741976d3216f238d2c&email_SHA1_lc=5eca941529f72911af6dfe45703373c571ad0624&cid=cw_nlt_computerworld_enterprise_apps_2017-09-19&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Computerworld%20Enterprise%20Apps%202017-09-19&utm_term=computerworld_enterprise_apps


Why you should NEVER search for tech-support numbe… – Webroot Community

So you’re having some issues with the Canon digital camera you just got, or maybe that HP printer you bought is on the fritz (when aren’t they) .

Source: Why you should NEVER search for tech-support numbe… – Webroot Community


Two Mac malware-as-a-Service offerings uncovered – Help Net Security

Two Mac malware-as-a-Service offerings, likely created by the same developer, are being offered for sale through two separate dark web portals.

Source: Two Mac malware-as-a-Service offerings uncovered – Help Net Security


Tech Support Scammers Lose Their “Hard Earned” Money in FTC Settlements

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has settled with a collective of tech support scammers, who were forced to forfeit assets valued at nearly $6 million.

Source: Tech Support Scammers Lose Their “Hard Earned” Money in FTC Settlements


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