A few con artists call and claim to be PC specialists related with surely understood organizations like Microsoft or Apple. Different tricksters send fly up messages that caution about PC issues. They say they've recognized infections or other malware on your PC. They claim to be "technical support" and will request that you give them remote access to your PC. In the long run, they'll analyze a non-existent issue and approach you to pay for superfluous – or even hurtful – administrations.
On the off chance that you get a sudden fly up, call, spam email or other dire message about issues with your PC, stop. Try not to tap on any connections, don't give control of your PC and don't send any cash.
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