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KarlsTechnology SMART & SAFE WEB SURFING TIPS:
1) UPDATE your antivirus software, your web browser and your
operating system REGULARLY
2) STRONG PASSWORDS
3) Be SUSPICIOUS of emails, instant messages, files, graphics
and links from unknown senders, as they could be
contaminated with malware. BEWARE, as some websites and
pop-ups can infect your system with malicious content, as
4) BACK UP – be sure to back up all the files that are of
importance and of personal value to you. Storing copies of all
your files will furthermore ensure that your data won’t be lost
in case your system crashes.
If you have any questions or concerns don’t hesitate to contact us!!!
Be VERY careful and watch out for suspicious messages & links on FACEBOOK. The new ZEUS VIRUS targeting bank accounts is still circulating through Facebook!!!
We hope none of our friends have been infected thus far. Call our engineers Matt and Chris with any questions concerning the virus or if in need of immediate help !and virus removal!
Make sure to keep your antivirus software up-to-date! If you do not have an antivirus software yet or are looking for one just give Karls Technology a call! We would be happy to make some recommendations for you and help you install it!
First peek at the new iOS7!
Have any questions or problems concerning apple software – macbook, iphone, ipad? Karls technology engineers can help!
Smartphone/tablet technology is revolutionizing the way children gather, organize and learn information! Nifty apps for vocabulary acquisition, handwriting practice and reading help children to master fundamental lessons in language while preparing them for an increasingly technologically connected world!
Karls Technology gives THUMBS UP for meaningful, hands-on learning experiences for kids!
Need help or advice with your computer,smartphone and tablet devices? Our engineers would be happy to come out to you and resolve your technological issues!
Android users BEWARE: New ‘multi-function’ Trojan targeting Android mobile devices. Here’s a quick breakdown of the exploitative malware:
• Primarily an SMS Trojan surreptitiously sending short
messages to premium numbers
• Able to download and install additional malicious modules and
to infect other devices via Bluetooth connection
• Keeps most of its code encrypted, thereby complicating
analysis of the code
• “Evades detection and barricades itself inside” and ultimately
blocks removal attempts