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Learning to Avoid Phishing Attempts

Posted by on Aug 24, 2017 in News |

Learn to Avoid Phishing Attempts A video from Mac, iPhone and iPad users get inundated with phishing attacks that appear to be official Apple emails but are in fact attempts to steal your Apple ID password. These fake emails play on emotions to get you to click on false links and then enter your password or download some malware. Take a look at some common examples. Thanks to those who contributed these examples!

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Bill asked:

Posted by on Feb 25, 2012 in Uncategorized | 2 comments

Do I need some type of security for my new iPad like I have on my P.C., and what might that be? The short answer is no, you don’t need any form of security on the iPad, and none is available.  Macs are famous for not needing any form of security, but part of this is due to the fact that they only comprised a small percentage of the computer market so it wasn’t worth the effort to write malware (viruses and such) for them.  Now that they are becoming much more popular (due in large...

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