computer fraud

Email Scam - WhatsApp Voicemail Message

This fraudulent e-mail message is being found in inboxes and  is deceiving users into believing that it is a legitimate communication from the cross-platform mobile messaging app WhatsApp. The email is usually coming from someone you know. This scam e-mail claims that the WhatsApp user has a voicemail message that can be heard by clicking the play button within the message.

Whatsapp voicemail email scam. Beware of malware

Password Fatigue

Do you feel overwhelmed with the number of passwords you need to remember? Do use weak or repeated passwords? Are you password fatigued?

We all know that hacking is a big problem. Look at all of the sercurity breaches with major companies these days. It seems like everyday we are asked to create a new password or remember an old one. We look through the papers on our desk or the stickies on our computer screen. We become password fatigued. So we end up using simple passwords that we can remember, but they are just too weak to be secure. We know better, but making strong, unique passwords for each and every site and service is out of the question. Or is it?

TechnoMinds understands your anxiety when it comes to passwords. We have a solution. We will set up a system that will store, create and use all of your passwords in a very simple and secure way. Not only that, they will be synced across all of your devices. Because all of your passwords will be at your fingertips and you will only need to know one master password to unlock them, you can now create very complex and secure passwords for your online accounts. Don't worry, we know creating a new password can be strangely difficult. In this new system, there is a password generator that will do it for you at the click of a mouse.

So stop the madness and simplify your life. Contact TechnoMinds for a secure and easy password management solution today.

Security Assessment and Recommendations

Keep your mac safe. Computer security from malware and viruses or nosy roommates

Apple's iPhone and Macintosh computers are the most secure devices on the market when it comes to malware and viruses. However, there still are potential dangers we can teach you how to avoid. 

 

 

  • Passwords - keep them strong and organized.
  • Email fraud - what is phishing?
  • Website scams - how to recognize and avoid them.
  • Public Wi-Fi networks - are they safe?
  • https - what does the "s" stand for?
  • System preferences - hidden options.
  • Parental controls - Know what your kids are doing and keep them safe.
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