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If someone was asked to name the greatest invention of all time, the answer ‘Computer’ would not be scoffed at. But with all of that convenience comes one unavoidable reality: computer problems. Here's how to avoid them!

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Sydney IT Assist work with a range of HP desktop and laptop models including the HP Probook, HP Compaq, Compaq Presario, HP Pavilion, HP Envy, and Elitebook models.

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According to our data, there was nearly 400 variants of ransomware cataloged in the last 4 months of 2016! Get more stats on the current state of malware: https://www.malwarebytes.com/pdf/infographics/stateofmalwareinfographic.pdf?utm_source=googleplus&utm_medium=social.
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Sydney IT Assist work with a range of ASUS desktop and laptop models including the ASUS ZenBook, Transformer Book, ASUS ROG (Republic Of Gamers), Chromebook, E Series and F Series Notebooks.

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Here are 5 simple but effective computer security tips that Sydney IT Assist would like to share with you.

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Christmas Cybersecurity Tips Part 1: Phishing and Adware (http://gplnk.co/2hS4abh)

In this 1st of a 6 part series, we’ll be giving you the CyberSecurity Tips you need to stay safe this Christmas or Holiday season. Regardless of whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Festivus, Hogswatch or simply nothing at all – we hope you stay safe in your physical and cyber-worlds!

Phishing Attacks usually occur via email and see users receive a fake, but often very authentic-looking email from a bank or organization they know and use, which attempts to lure them to enter personal details on a similarly authentic-looking website.

Christmas CyberSecurity Tip #1: Be mindful of emails – check links carefully. Be wary of shortened URLs. Don’t click without thinking: If this legitimate, and have I checked this out very carefully.

While you are doing your Christmas shopping this year, you may notice after you search for an item online, it starts to pop up on other websites that you visit. This is known as Adware, and is customized to you as a user and may be monitored by spyware software. Many legitimate sites have been fooled to display infected ads on their sites.

Christmas CyberSecurity Tip #2: Although many websites use ad-revenue, you can keep yourself a little safer with an ad-blocker. Use a paid antivirus that includes web-filtering, as they update quickly to protect their users when malicious websites are found!

Read More: http://gplnk.co/2hS4abh

Stay tuned for our next topic: Mobile Malware and Smishing

#cybersecurity #phishing #adware #security
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In a bustling IT services market, you should be picky when it comes to selecting only the best and most experienced option for your computer problems. So get it fixed with a fast and friendly mobile computer repair service in Surry Hills, Sydney. Choose Sydney IT Assist!

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Multiple logins are hard enough to remember. To prevent password reuse, you are going to need the help of a password manager.
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