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|IT Services & Computer Repair|Camarillo, CA 93010

2435 Ventura Blvd, Ste A, Camarillo, CA 93010

(805) 407-1491

https://www.computerwhizoncall.com/

Open now:9:00 am - 6:00 pm

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On-Site Emergency Desktop & Laptop Repair. MAC & Windows PC. Data Recovery / Password Recovery. Managed Local and Cloud Backup. Resolve E-Mail, Internet, Printing, Wireless & Wired Network problems. Managed Anti-virus services. Clean-up virus infected hard drives. System upgrades (Windows 7 / 8 /10, Hard Drive, and Memory Upgrade). Trouble-shoot any Software and Hardware problems.

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Don’t Fall Victim To Identity Theft – Keep Your Personal Information Safe 3 Ways You Are Unknowingly Rolling Out The Red Carpet For Identity Thieves Warning! Even if you have anti-virus, spyware protection, and a firewall, you could still be an easy target for identity thieves, hackers and cyber criminals. Read on to find out how YOU are giving online criminals free access to your personal and financial information… You’ve done all the right things. You’ve installed a good firewall, you keep your antivirus up to date, and you’re making sure you keep up with the latest security patches…so your computer network should be safe from identity thieves, right? Wrong! According to a recent study, 37% of electronic identity theft cases had one thing in common: they were caused by an action taken by the user. That’s right, more than a third of identity thefts were not thefts, but giveaways! So how do you avoid this happening to your home or company computers? No one is 100% safe, but the following 3 tips will stop you from accidentally giving online criminals access to your computer network and confidential information: 1. NEVER visit or download free music files, videos or programs from file-sharing sites. Not only are you downloading stolen materials, but these sites are surefire ways to introduce worms and viruses to your computer. If you are a business owner, set up web filtering software to prevent employees from downloading any unauthorized programs or files. 2. NEVER respond to any e-mail from a bank, credit card company, PayPal or online store where items are purchased (such as eBay) asking you to verify your account information, no matter how credible or legitimate it looks. These are phishing scams set up to access your account information. 3. Ask for identification from anyone asking for physical access to electronic equipment, and instruct staff to do so as well. Just to test a theory, someone asked a friend to walk into an office, said they are from “the phone company” responding to a problem, and asked to see the network. Access was granted every single time. Call Computer Whiz On Call To Discover How You Can Get A FREE Security Audit To Make Sure Your Company Is Protected.
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09/03/2018, 13:37 PM
Watch Out for Tech Support Phone Scams. It has become an all-too-familiar scenario. You get a call from someone telling you that they are from DELL or Microsoft and your computer is infected with a virus. They may even give you your full name, address and computer service tag number. The caller ID even shows that they are from Dell or Microsoft. This is called Caller ID spoofing. They will offer to fix the issue if you only give them remote access to your computer. Keep in mind, Dell and Microsoft do not make unsolicited calls offering to fix an issue you did not report previously. I called Dell and Microsoft myself to confirm this. This is an inside job; someone from Dell and Microsoft has sold the customer database to these scammers or should I say criminals. Cyber criminals are tricky. They collect as much information about you as possible to gain your trust. They may even tell you things about your computer that you think only a legitimate vendor would know. This is a key element to social engineering, a non-technical method cybercriminal use to trick people into loading malware on their systems. They then offer to get rid of the malware that they introduced in the first place for a fee. The best way to protect yourself is to simply hang up. Protection of your data is a top priority for Computer Whiz On Call. I recommend that you not engage such callers, and never give them your credit card or any personal information, or access to your computer. Contact a local reputable IT company that you can meet with face to face. Have them run a full scan or your computers and install a strong, tested and verified Anti-virus software with a fire wall. Most importantly, BACKUP your data. Remember, if you’re unsure, trust your gut and simply hang up. If you have any questions, please let me know.
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Best computer repair service I've ever had.
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Paul provides an outstanding service that is both timely and effective! Good guy, knows his stuff, and brings real value to the table.
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