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WannaCry

Well, this one seems to be hitting a lot of computers. Search the internet and you will find many stories on this topic. Please be sure you read them and understand┬átheir intent. Understand their point of view. And most importantly, look for an agenda. Fake news, bad news, scare tactics all play a part in today’s media. This is unfortunate, but you have the ability to weed through the garbage and make your own decisions. Do not let them scare you or cause fear of any kind. Following the basic rules of computing will usually keep your systems safe.

Email

Do Not Click Links – Mouse over them and check the status bar (lower left corner in Chrome for example). This will show you the link without clicking it. A link description can be any text they want it to be. They are banking that you click it. Period.

Attachments – Check these every time. Run your virus scans, malware scans, allow your system to check them as well. A few simple items will keep you safe from this stuff.

Getting emails that offer the too good to be true stuff? Right click and add to Spam. If it turns out later you want to see them, you can always remove them from Spam.

Normal Email – Is it really normal? Again as above, mouse over links that tell you to click here to fix your bank account, your credit card, even stuff from friends and family. They mean well, but that link most likely came from somewhere else.

 

Netflix missing your show?

Fear not, it may still be available. Today’s Pro Tip – Netflix menus vary from device to device. Your smart TV shows certain shows. Your tablet other shows. Your phone… well you get the picture. You may find your show on only one of your devices. Simply start it on one device, then pause it and exit Netflix. Now, go to the device you want to watch it on and it should be there under “Continue Watching”.