We have said it before and we will continue to say it Microsoft will never call to tell you there is a problem with your computer. Microsoft does not monitor the well being of your computer. If you let someone on your computer claiming to be Microsoft they are probably a scammer either trying to sell you service you do not need at a high price. If you would like service to maintain and keep your computer maintained think about a company with a quality reputation. Here at Techwarrior Technologies we have over a decade of experience and reputation. Check out our Ninja Help Desk program if you want someone to take care of your computers. We have Techwarriors ready to win your computer battles. Check it out Ninja Help Desk
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Never even when banking with Wells Fargo have we ever seen or heard of such an email. The File goes to an Iframe site. This is definitely a phishing scam do not interact with, if you are expecting a payment call the bank or log in at the banks website. Do not click on this and input your information.
Data Breaches happen often some of them massive like the equifax breach which effected 145.5 million which is close to half of the population of the US. how does one keep track of if their data has been breached and they might not know. With how many accounts we all have its hard to check every single one constantly. A good place to start is to sign up with https://haveibeenpwned.com they send out emails when your data has been found in breaches and data dumps. A good way to do a little more then try to monitor every account you have. Then if you get an email saying your data was found in a dump you can go change that info right off the bat. Also a good reason why not to use the same password for everything because if it comes our in a dump they may very well be able to get access to every other account you have.
Over 500 usernames and passwords were released from online game PUBG. They were pasted to pastebin this morning. Obviously we are not going to post the link to not expose the usernames and passwords of others even though they are out in the open. This PUBG Breach is not the first or the last of any breach. If you have a PUBG account we recommend changing your username and password.