I get hundreds of emails a day, from users, vendors, network devices, email chains, and jokes. Sometimes it’s hard for us to take a minute to verify the email is real or fake. I’m going to try and explain how to spot a phishing email or fake email. Let’s use a recent example from Microsoft
So my Lifeproof Fre case broke. The button cover came unsealed and I had noticed a little moisture around the edge of the finger print button. After removing the case I noticed the cover (very thin piece of plastic) was no longer attached and the back cover was warped. I decided to call Lifeproof and
New Ransomware Malware takes Advantage of Windows PowerShell.
!!VIRUS WARNING!! As you may already know, there is a SERIOUS virus going around which encrypts all your office documents and other important files. It’s called Crypto Locker. Be extremely careful opening email attachments. DO NOT OPEN ANY ATTACHMENTS unless you are 100% positive you know what it is even if you are
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Welcome to JayTMedia! I’m Jay and will be your goto guy for all your computer questions. I’m looking at building this site around my day to day help. I’m an IT Manager/sysADMIN for a global company. I run my own department and have only one employee working for me.. ME. The company I work