Online scammers are getting smarter about how they try to extract vital information from us about online bank accounts, etc, and the latest targeting customers of Wells Fargo Bank is a doozy. Here’s what to look out for and how to stay safe online!
Criminals are constantly trying to separate us from our account and personal financial information. That’s not news. Usually what they do is pretty lame, but sometimes it can be surprisingly well crafted. Like a notice I got over the weekend from “Wells Fargo Bank”…
I received a phone call from a company called Omni Support who said I had viruses and was hacked. I already have AVG on my system and it was running slow. They showed me foreign company access to my computer. They also showed me files that appeared not safe. I allowed them to clean things up but as they were I saw a lot of file transferring and I am not sure that is normal. When they were done they said I needed to restart my system and wait 15 minutes before I signed back in. I have not done so and am scared to try to restart as I am in fear they have loaded something on my system. Can you assists me?
I’ve been searching on Google since I first heard about the site many years ago and have always wanted to download all my search history and analyze it for frequency and related. Is there any way to do so?
As part of my job I’m constantly checking Web pages written in other languages. Usually Spanish, but German, Italian and even Chinese. Google Chrome can auto-translate, but how do I turn that feature on?