Make Computer Security Day Part Of Your Holiday Season

by Social Media Specialist Social Media Specialist on ‎12-01-2017 03:45 AM (17,798 Views)

Computer Security DayWhile holiday shopping is taking up most of our time lately, it's important to take a moment to consider how secure your devices are.

This week included Computer Security Day which is great time to go over our five key steps for keeping your tech safe from our 
Geek Squad Agents.

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Peekaboo is Someone Watching You?

by Senior Social Media Specialist Senior Social Media Specialist on ‎04-13-2017 05:14 PM (29,416 Views)

One of the things we often see when we work on clients’ computers is a covered webcam – usually with a strip of tape, occasionally with a post-it note, band-aid, or, in some more extreme cases, with paint or nail polish. It’s understandable to see a camera lens pointed at you and wonder what it’s doing. After all, how do you know somebody’s not watching it right now? This made the national news last year when FBI director James Comey, following advice he’d seen online, admitted he taped over the camera on his computer. This might very well leave you wondering if this is something we need to worry about or do in our daily lives.

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Keeping Your Computer in Tip-Top Condition

by Geek Squad Agent on ‎07-05-2013 03:51 PM (34,184 Views)

Becoming technologically dependent is an almost unavoidable hazard of living in the modern world. The PC you are reading this post with is probably the most important (and least appreciated) piece of technology in your life. And, like other significant aspects of our lives (grandparents, dental health, houseplants), we often neglect the care and upkeep those things we will really miss when they’re gone.

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Browser Maker Opera “Breached” by Malware

by Geek Squad Agent on ‎06-27-2013 03:54 PM (6,450 Views)

The makers of the Opera web browser announced recently that their internal network was “breached” earlier this month. The company says they have resolved the issue, and that it doesn’t appear that any user information was touched. However, the intruder was able to infect the browser update file, and some Windows users of Opera may have downloaded the infected update.

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