The FBI recommends you check for viruses

| May 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

Info from a variety of websites we have reviewed: Last November, the FBI in the U.S. solved a major computer hacking ring that had infected more than half a million computers worldwide. The FBI set up government issued backup servers to prevent internet disruption for all those infected computers until all the “Bad Guy’s” computers/systems came down. On July 9th the backup servers will be taken down.

What this means is if you are infected, after the servers are taken down your computer and internet will not work perfectly. The computer will try to redirect itself every time you try to access the internet. The good thing is, there is a way to find out if you are infected or not.  If you go to www.dcwg.org and follow the simple on screen instructions it will tell you if you are infected or not. If you are infected, the website lists a bunch of helpful tools to get your computer back up and running. If you need help you can always Call That Girl at 612-865-4475 or fill out the form to schedule an appointment.

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Lisa Hendrickson is a computer technology blogger and the owner of Call That Girl Technology Support out of Minneapolis and Rochester, MN. You can also find her doing Business and Marketing Podcast shows once a week. She is also an remote support industry leader and the author of three eBooks for computer repair businesses. Her love for social media and networking is showcased in her ownership of LinkedMinnesota, the largest LinkedIn group in the state of MN.

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