Do you wonder why there is no Malware or Spyware being reported in the web recently? Has it really been working so well? You should know that there is aเว็บดูหนังออนไลน์ very good chance that your computer is now a painting that has been freshensed up with a felt tip pen.
Have you been working with คลิป18+the computer for a while? If you are using the Internet, you have almost certainly been infected with some form of malware. Malware is short for “Malicious Software” and is programs that include viruses, worms, and Trojan horses. These can all cause damage to your computer, either wholesomely or evil. Have you recently? Then you probably know just how big a problem this can be.
Only last week, it was reportedดูหนังออนไลน์ that some 419 scam emails contained viruses. They didn’t give details, but did write: “We have received notification from our corrupt anti-virus software that you currently have an infection on your computer. To remove the infections, please click the following link and download the malicious software.”
Now, if you do a littleดูคลิปโป๊ฟรี investigative research you will find that many web sites now offer to scan your computer for viruses. They will then give you a link named AVG Free. This is one of the most respected free software on the Internet, and will scan your computer for a variety of nasty things. Then it will tell you that to remove the infections, you need to buy their software. And who can blame you? After all, it is just software, right?
So what happened? Why did the website suddenly change from being a venue for complaint and criticism of the company? For that answer, you probably will have to read between the lines.
Is it possible for a company to suddenly have a virus and attack prevention service? Yes. After years of promises, friends of mine paid for a software program in hopes that they will get rid of their computer infections. Afterดูหนังav several hours, they decided that it was a scam and sold their computer back to the company.
Companies like yours and mine have seen the scam on the news. It is called phishing. Again, my congratulations to those who successfully escaped that type of malicious activity. But, as a consumer, I would like to ask questions such as: How can banks, energy companies and others tell if a website is fraudulent? What if they get greedy and decide to close you out of their accounts? How do they know who to blame? We all know that these types of things happen, yet we don’t have the right to call them computer criminals. Lets get the definition straight up front: A criminal is someone who practicing law or a right or good business conduct; a thief is someone who steals money or goods; a scammer is someone who attempts to persuade you to believe false promises. Actually, a scammer might be someone who calls you, spreads malicious software around the Internet, telling you that you can get rich quick for nothing. These people typically don’t do anything themselves, they don’t plan to run a business, they don’t even live anywhere near where they claim to live. They are just looking for a handout.
Scammers depend on getting your money or goods by deception. One of their main lines of business is mind control. They can appear as a genuine company to you, purchase goods from you, and then suddenly stop all payments when they get your response that is desired. They don’t even steal money from you – they’d just like the money. But this is their only line of business – working the victims into oblivion. People must avoid them like the plague.
So how do you spot an internet scam? There are some basic things to look for that would help you avoid becoming a victim. Please note that not all of the companies out there that you may want to deal with will be reputable.
When you begin dealing with anyone online, especially for money, they may seem very confident and even arrogance. They think they know more than you do and they don’t care how many times you reply or try to reason with them. They just know that you are going to give them the money, and then they are going to do what they want with your money.
One of the most common techniques they use is sending out fake emails. They could set up a company to send out these emails, and when you reply, you get answers that seem so impossible and so they think you will buy their products. But there are also simple tricks that you can use to easily spot these emails.
When you get an email asking you to give some personal information, questions should be went through to determine if it is a scam. The following things should be asked:
- Will the company be able to prove that they are a real company in the future?