‘Tis the season when the tidings come in envelopes stamped “Important Tax Return Document Enclosed.” Yes, it’s tax filing season, and the season’s Grinches are the tax identity thieves and government imposters who are hoping to steal your money.
Tax… (Continue Reading)
Gift cards are one quick way to get through your last-minute holiday shopping list. But before you give (and get) gift cards, here are a few things you need to know.
Inspect gift cards before you buy. A gift card… (Continue Reading)
Twitter is looking for new ways to produce revenue and remain relevant to users and advertisers – and you might not like their latest effort. Twitter just implemented new tracking settings that many users are less than thrilled about. If… (Continue Reading)
by Missy Kellor
The joy of a frozen turkey is that you can buy it well in advance of your holiday and eat it later—as long as you defrost it safely.
If you defrost your turkey wrong? Well, you could… (Continue Reading)
Wireless internet lets you watch or browse from anywhere…as long as your Wi-Fi network works well. Because Wi-Fi depends on radio waves from your wireless modem, anything that or blocks or interferes with those waves could mean trouble for your… (Continue Reading)
Our Remote PC Support team has been fielding lots of calls from customers asking about what’s known as “scareware.” Designed to scare you into action, these real-looking popup windows “warn” you about security vulnerabilities and urge you to call a… (Continue Reading)
Cyber criminals are always looking for ways to try and steal your information. One of their favorites is to send legitimate-looking emails to “fish” for account numbers and payment information.
So how can you spot fake emails from the real… (Continue Reading)