Just as in the real thing, spam comes in many different flavors. First published December 19, 2018 Updated December 6, 2022 Gosh – it is amazing how time flies. Back in November 2016 I posted a blog on avoiding spam. How about an update? Did what I predict work or not? One of the key things…
Ever wonder how to respond to a suspicious message? Here are a few tips on how to learn more about the scammers.
Passwords. They may be too weak, whatever that means. They may be too many, each having to conform to a password standard of a particular web site. They are forgotten, confused and yet hacked by somebody out there. What is it with passwords? Can we master these little devils?
I had finished writing this piece when the latest blow-up over the Clinton e-mails grabbed the headlines. I’ll speak on that later because what I wrote below pertains to them as much as to you. Needless to say, whether you are Sarah Palin or Hillary Clinton, how you handle e-mail has significant repercussions.