Tag: passwords

Stay Safe Online Facebook Warning

Stay Safe Online Facebook Warning

I got messages on Facebook from people I didn’t know and I began to panic. I thought I had been hacked, my computer had viruses, criminals knew my passwords, I was worried they had access to my bank account. If you were using your mobile phone, don’t worry. it’s the safest place to access Facebook, but you do need to warn your friends that you have been hacked and change any passwords that you typed in – visit our website for more advice.

Stay Safe Online – Do’s and Don’ts

Stay Safe Online – Do’s and Don’ts

Don’t allow anyone remote access for any reason – it gives scammers remote control of your computer which allows them to steal personal information, including passwords and banking information. 

Stay Safe Online – Scam Text Messages

Stay Safe Online – Scam Text Messages

How do you find out if a text is real or if it is a scam?
Go onto the internet and type ‘google.com’ into the address bar at the top of the page – this will give you Google’s search page – then type ‘contact Lloyds’ into the search bar – the first thing listed will be the real Lloyds Bank – and you will see it’s www.lloydsbank.com

Rainford-IT Stay Safe Online Webinar – Your Questions Answered

Rainford-IT Stay Safe Online Webinar – Your Questions Answered

Rainford-IT Stay Safe Online Webinar – Your Questions Answered – Passwords, Encryption, keeping your data secure, two factor authentication and what to do if you are locked out of your computer for any reason