Facebook scams are still huge.

Facebook scams are still huge. I'm seeing so many of these lately where somebody sees some giveaway and, without thinking about how unbelievably too-good the offer is, clicks Like or Share. Here's some tips on how to recognize these scammers: MOST giveaways on Facebook are scams.  Unless it's a very local company like a restaurant…
Read more

Non-HTTPS Sites Labeled “Not Secure” by Chrome

Non-HTTPS Sites to be Labeled “Not Secure” by Chrome Here's the important part:  this only matters if it's a site where you'd enter any sort of a login or credit card information.  If "Joe's Blog" is not secure, there's no problem there because you're just there to read his pithy observations. Now, if you go…
Read more

Let your old PC help save an animal

Let your old PC help save an animal Now you can get rid of that old desktop or laptop computer safely, securely and easily.  Plus you are helping the Lincoln County Humane Society at the same time and best of all it’s FREE.  Call Prompt Care today – drop off your old outdated machine, we'll completely…
Read more

Is that a scam email?

Yeah, probably.   That's your short answer.  But, if you want to get in the habit of being more confident about it, read on. Signs it's a scam: Bad grammar and poor spelling.  Most of these are coming from overseas from non-native English speakers. "Click here to update your account info" - real emails know…
Read more