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TEK On The Street: Dark Web. Key Takeaways and Protection.

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TEKTip #6 Oops I clicked on Phishing Link

This week’s TEKTip gives more insight about email scams. Andrew talks about ManagedTEK’s 4 Step Process on how to recover if you happen to be a victim. If you are using email, you need to be aware of the potential danger behind it.

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TEKTip #5 Public WiFi is Dangerous

This week’s TEKTip focuses on the concerns challenges we face when using Public wi-fi in places like coffee shops, airports, and hotels. Join Andrew as he explains the best methods for ensuring the security and privacy of our information as we navigate this hectic world!

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TEKTip #4 Hate Software Updates?

This week’s TEKTip focuses on the importance of software updates so you can better secure your machine. Remember, it’s not just Anti-Virus that makes you safe. It’s taking care of your updates like these that are vital to your security. Learn your IT hygiene!

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TEKTip #3 The Annoying Adware

This week’s TEKTip focuses on software that automatically displays or downloads advertising material, (often unwanted) when a user is online. Andrew uncovers a few ways in which adware is distributed as well as strategies on how to get rid of adware!!

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TEKTip #2 Don’t Fall for Phishing Scams

This week’s TEKTip focuses on the fraudulent practice of sending emails with the intention of gathering personal information such as account passwords, credit card information, medical records, and much more! Listen to some of the tips Andrew gives on how to spot Phishing attempts. Don’t fall for it!

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TEKTip #1 Creating STRONG Passwords

This week’s TEKTip focuses on the use of strong passwords. Andrew discusses how strong passwords provide essential protection from financial fraud and identity theft. One of the most common ways that hackers break into computers is by guessing passwords. Simple and commonly used passwords enable intruders to easily gain access and control of a computing device.

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