Monthly Archives: May 2017

TONS of Spam Calls Mobile Devices …

TONS of Spam Calls Mobile Devices

There seems to be an alarming increase in the amount of spam.y/ fraud calling to mobile devices the past month or so. What is your take? How do you combat the phone spammers? Do you keep them on the line as long as you can? Do you get angry? Simply hang up?

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Better CC Processing or You Get $200 …

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Better CC Processing or You Get $200

Tired of paypal? Interested in changing CC processing companies? We partnered with EVO Payments, if you can’t get a better price from them, they give you $200. So it’s a win there. Check them out here: https://www.evopayments.us/htdnet/

Signup here: https://secure.evopayments.com/pipeline/applications/lead.aspx?agentid=7488

When you sign up or switch to an EVO Merchant Account, HTDNET customers also receive monthly gateway service for a full year at no charge and EVO waives setup and deployment fees. You’ll be accepting payments quickly with no down time for your business with EVO’s streamlined approval process.

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Samsung S8 Iris Hack …

Samsung S8 Iris Hack

Back to the drawing board when it comes to Iris scans and the Samsung S8. The new phone that recently his stores all over the world was easily fooled by printing out a photo of the owner and placing a contact lens over the eye on the piece of paper to give it a 3D feel. We recommend pins and passwords to be super safe your phone and your accounts don’t fall into the wrong hands, and if they do it would be much harder for them to bypass. If you secured it with your iris scan, you should probably forget your iris in the security settings. It has been fairly easy to hack fingerprints as well with just gummy bears, unsure if the new S8 phones will fall for that, problem is once we get the gummy bears they never last long enough for testing…smh

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It isn’t freedom but the cost of freedom that …

It isn’t freedom but the cost of freedom that makes it priceless.

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Fake Page Likes …

Fake Page Likes

This might be why your target ad market is not actually producing the value you were looking for. Be very careful as fake likes will hurt your overall business goals. When you pay Facebook or other social sites to provide your ad content these fake ad clicks or likes might be eating up your budget causing it to be horribly ineffective. Just something to think about. The mobile farm below can run with just two computers and hundreds of phones, think of the revenue and ad loss a single person could make let alone a country full of fake viewers… 🙁

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Possible Card Skimmer Opal Sheetz …

Possible Card Skimmer Opal Sheetz

Found what appears to be possible remains of a card skimmer at Opal Sheetz on pump #13. Reported it to the Sheriff’s Office and the Sheetz staff who quickly placed the pump out of order until Sheetz Corporate can have a closer look at it to determine what happened. If you have used the pump or filled up at Opal Sheetz recently, we strongly advise that you keep an eye on your credit card account(s) used at the pumps for any suspicious transactions.

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Welcome Blue Knights® Virginia Chapter II …

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Welcome Blue Knights® Virginia Chapter II

With much respect to the many law enforcement professionals out there past/present/future protecting and serving. We are proud to announce our newest hosting and design customer. The Blue Knights® VA-II. They are a non-profit fraternal organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement men and women who enjoy riding motorcycles. The Blue Knights® has approximately 650 chapters, 18,800+ members in 11 Conferences within 29 countries.

You may now visit their new website here:
www.bkva-ii.org

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Print This and Save It …

Print This and Save It

Print my biz card out and put it on your fridge. It is a great conversation starter with anyone that needs some help with their technology.

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WARNING WiFi On Demand Security Concern …

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WARNING WiFi On Demand Security Concern

Comcast has rolled out WiFi on demand but they could be advertising your personal information such as your name and address. If you check the available WiFi networks in your home/business and see “Xfinitywifi” your name and address is published online, see the link below. Borderline Personally identifiable information (PII) breach since you didn’t have to signup to provide this service.

You can easily opt out of the service which eventually removes your information from the database and disables the access. You can contact Comcast/Xfinity or use the Xfinity website to remove the “Xfinitywifi” broadcasting from their newer cable modems.

Xfinity claims that their service uses a different “frequency” and does not allow access to your home networks or utilize your own bandwidth. We decided to play it safe and disable access to this hotspot service by disabling the option through their website. Most of the dots you see below are businesses but appear to be first and last names of people.

Search your neighborhood on the website below and share this post with your family and friends so they can take action and protect their personal information. Plus, you don’t want some stranger sitting in your driveway just to get on the internet, that is just weird.
http://wifi.xfinity.com/

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Kill Switch for WannaCry Ransomeware

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Kill Switch for WannaCry Ransomeware

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