All of your tech questions answered on the Tech Q&A
Find Hidden Phone Tracker
Q: My ex is a total geek who is totally obsessed with me. I think he has a tracker or something on my phone. How can I tell for sure?
The street term for this is “stalkerware, and it is more common than ever before, in part because the technology is so easy to get. The Software has been installed on your phone, register and report each and every thing that you do on your phone and where you are going. An easy way to check if this is software that has infiltrated your machine, is by means of the use: this information is required in order to report back to whoever is behind it is solid. If your data has mysteriously skyrocketed, and you may be on to something. Tap or click here to learn more ways in order to see whether or not stalkerware you have on your phone.
The End Of Robocalls
Q: I am getting tired of the robocalls. Is there anything I can do to get it to stop? They are driving me crazy!!
A: a Lot of robocalls in the foreign country is coming from. Robocalls may be made by legitimate organisations, but they tend to be scams or phishing attacks. No matter what you do, is not to be in contact with a robocall, because they have to have special software that will record your voice and use it for identity theft. Your best tactic is to just block the number if you can. This is a good technique to learn because it’s easy, and it can be useful in many different situations, including friends and exes that you want to keep it at arm’s length. In the past, people have to have their phone number to avoid unwanted calls, but this is a very rare last resort. Tap or click here to find the best ways to block unwanted calls.
Smart TV Hacking Risks
Q: I don’t want to watch Netflix. There are other reasons, in order to make a connection to my new smart TV to the internet? What about the hacking the risks.
A: This question was posted on my new Komando Community, a safe place to go to ask a tech question and get expert help. Tap or click here to sign up. To answer your question, such as your phone, tablet, smart Tvs, allows you to add apps that give you access to video streaming services such as Netflix. You can also use your smart TV to get regular weather reports and streaming of live events, such as my own, and even surf the web. That being said, smart Tvs are vulnerable to hacking, identity theft, and selling your data to Big Tech. If you are going to connect your TV to the internet, make sure that your router is up-to-date, password-protected, and that you regularly scan for malware and viruses. Tap or click here to find out more about the smart Tv’s spying on you.
Remove Bad Looking
Q: I was searching for stuff on Google, I wouldn’t have it in our family computer. How do I erase the search for the good? I don’t want my kids to see it.
A: There are many reasons why you might want to keep your searches private, especially right before a birthday or any other gift-giving holidays. You might also be sick of the particular advertising, which is mainly based on your browsing history and cookies and pull. Presuming that you are using Google, there are a number of ways to hide your web searches, and to start the removal process. It’s clear from your history may raise suspicion, and since the trusted sites zone, seem not to be recognized. Fortunately, it is now, you can eliminate any of the particular search, so that you don’t have to remove it. Then click here for seven things you didn’t know Google search could do it, until now.
Veterinarian Is On The Left
Q: Is there a way to tell if a link is genuine before clicking it? I hate to be malware, you just have to click on the wrong thing!
A: it’s Curiosity often gets the best of us, but don’t forget, if you’re not 100 per cent sure of where the link leads, then CLICK on it. I can’t do it strongly enough. All the companies have been frozen or held to ransom by the malware and all of that, because a worker got careless with a credible-looking hyper-link. It’s one thing to put your computer at risk, but the crippling of the network may result in loss of money, litigation, and even a tangible threat. Several websites can check this links for you. all you have to do is copy and paste the URL (note: to do this, and you can find it, or it has already been mentioned before. There is no excuse for the problems, especially now that the stakes are so high, and awareness is so widespread. Tap or click here to see the four ways to check whether a link is safe before you click it.
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