Facebook Messenger virus continued the work of previous variants in 2017. Victims receive a fake YouTube link from their contacts. Once a person clicks on it, the virus redirects to a fake website that looks identical to Facebook. Here people are asked to enter their login details. As a result victim’s account is taken over by the hackers and the malicious message is forwarded to the whole victim’s contact list.
“Don’t hang up. We have an important announcement about your credit…” Ever heard that message on your cell phone? Does the caller look like it is coming from your area code and exchange? Are you frustrated, annoyed, and angry at your inability to block all these numbers, because every time you block one, they fake […]
Moving From Adobe Business Catalyst: A Solution in Shopify As I wrote previously, in Adobe Abandons Another Product, those of us who relied upon Business Catalyst for our clients’ e-commerce solutions were jolted out of our complacency by the sudden announcement that Adobe would be dumping the program. While Business Catalyst was hopelessly behind the […]
In Praise of Pair Hosting I did something really dumb yesterday. I wiped out 5 years of work on a site I created and maintained. By mistake, I deleted the WordPress Database upon which the site relied. All that was left was an empty index page. My hands started to shake. I had that awful […]
Facebook Friends’ pages are cloned and look like the real thing.
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