Category Archives: Scams

How to Reset Chrome and Clear Browsing History

How to Reset Chrome and Clear Browsing History In light of the recently exposed tech support scam (see this post) that affects Chrome browsers (and possibly Firefox), it’s important that immediately after the attack that you reset your Chrome browser and remove all browsing history. In this article we show you how to reset Chrome… Read More »

New Tech Support Scam Affects Chrome & Firefox users

New Tech Support Scam Affects Chrome & Firefox users This scam was first reported two days ago ( 6 Feb 2018 ). Since then, it has been discovered that along with Chrome, Firefox and Brave browsers are also affected. This scam works by flooding the browser with 2000 download requests, right after the victim sees… Read More »

Be Careful What You Search For

Be Careful What You Search For… and Think Before You Click There are enough scams on the web without bringing them to your PC with a poorly worded search. In this short tip, we’re going to give you a few tips on what you can do to avoid causing yourself big problems by poorly worded… Read More »

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #746 – Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #746 – Available Online If you’re not a subscriber to  Cloudeight InfoAve Premium Newsletter, please join us. It’s delivered to your inbox every Friday and it’s completely free! Subscribe right now! Our Cloudeight InfoAve Premium, Issue #746, was sent to all subscribers on Friday January 26, 2018 at approximately 10:10… Read More »

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #745 – Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #745 – Available Online If you’re not a subscriber to  Cloudeight InfoAve Premium Newsletter, please join us. It’s delivered to your inbox every Friday and it’s completely free! Subscribe right now! Our Cloudeight InfoAve Premium, Issue #745, was sent to all subscribers on Friday January 19, 2018 at approximately 10:40… Read More »

If You Have Children or Grandchildren Read This

If You Have Children or Grandchildren Read This Researchers at Check Point have discovered malware in apps aimed at children which display porn advertisements, encourage installation of fake security software, and steal personal information and credentials. The apps were available from Google Play and since the report (featured below) was published, Google has removed the… Read More »