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Verizon may soon charge you a $20 fee to upgrade your phone even if you are already part of the phone upgrade plan. It appears that this new fee will start on Monday April 4th.
AppleInsider has the article that I had read.
It would seem that the DOJ has succeeded in getting the information off of the iPhone 5c. They moved to vacated the California order to have Apple help them get access to the data.
It has yet been said what was retrieved and probably won’t be announced but for now the issue seems to be over.
AppleInsider has an article up about it along with Apple’s statement.
I have had a few of you contact me recently in regards to the latest scam going around the internet. What happens is a pop up will appear on your screen. It will warn you that your computer is infected with a virus or MalWare. There will be a phone number to call, which they want you to call.
If you do, they will get you to allow them to remote to your computer. Once on it, they will install a program or two and proceed to tell you you have hundreds if not thousands of problems. The issue is they will then tell you for somewhere between $100 and $400 they will cleanup up your computer.
Sometimes the pop up will have a audio track telling you your computer is infected and to call the listed number.
If you can’t close the popup, turning your computer off and then back on usually will get rid of it. Both of these are total scams.
No company will ever call you and tell you you PC is infected. The same goes for pop up screens, unless it happens to be from a Anti-virus program or MalWare program you have installed on your computer. If someone does call you, hang up. If a pop up appears, try to close it. If you can’t try to shut down your PC the normal way. if you can’t do that hold the power button until it goes off.
The best rule of thumb is to never let anyone remote to your PC unless you personally know them or have done business with them before.
If you are still having issues with pop ups and audio tracks give us a call and bring it in so we can help remove this MalWare for you.