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Don't Fall For The $175 Free Groceries At Target Text Scam

On Target's website, in their scam section, it says “Don't click on or respond to online ads or websites offering free gift cards. These are often scams.”
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Android Apps That Promise To Clean And Speed Up Your Phone Is Probably A Scam

Andoid phone apps that promise to clean and speed up your phone are mostl likely a scam to load your phone with Malware.
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Avoid Using A Public USB Charging Station

Nothing gives you a sense of relief than to see a place to charge your phone. But beware of charging your device using a public USB port as it could cause you a world of problems. The issue is that public USB ports can potentially be hacked so that they install data-stealing malware onto your phone...
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Should You Reboot Your Router?

Last week the FBI sent out a rather strange warning for home and busineses to re-start your computer network routers after it was discoverd that foreign computer hackers had installed malware on at least half a million devices that can collect your personal data and even cause your network to run...
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Big Wi-Fi Security Flaw Discovered

Quite possibly the world’s largest security flaw have been discovered and it affects every single device that uses a Wi-Fi connection. The so-called "Krack Attack" involves those encrypted messages that devices send each other to authenticate when they connect to Wi-Fi. In short, researchers at the...
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Why Avril Lavigne Is The Most Dangerous Celebrity On The Internet

You wouldn't think Avril Lavigne as being a dangerous person. In fact her angst teen anthems of the early 2000s have a comfortable place in our hearts. But we're about to go and make things so complicated as Avril Lavigne is the most dangerous celebrity on the Internet, according to the...
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Make Sure That Anti-Malware App You Download Isn't A Fake

Navigating through the thousands of apps in Google Play can cause a headache that lasts for days, especially when you are seeking out one to protect your phone and identify from thieves. A new report from security firm RiskIQ finds that there are “hundreds” of malicious, fake “antivirus” apps for...
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