Don't be a scam victim. Cold calls regarding your computer being compromised are total fiction, if you give these scammers access into your computer then you could have serious security concerns. Simply hang up and never give any banking information.
If you have given a cold caller access to your computer then I would advise you to stop using your device until it is checked over.
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*** SSD VULNERABILITY - UPDATE YOUR SSD FIRMWARE ***
Do you have a SSD drive? If so please check for a firmware update! A vulnerability has been found in the encryption that can allow a hacker to bypass any encryption on the drive and access data. If no recent firmware updates are available (Dated from November 2018 - this vulnerability is new) then please keep checking with your vendors support page.
Effected models know so far: Crucial - MX100 MX200 MX300
Microsoft has at last re-released version 1809. Version 1809 was plagued with bugs, from file deletions to audio plagues, finally it looks like Microsoft are happy the bugs have been fixed.
"On November 13, 2018, we will begin the re-release of the Windows 10 October Update (version 1809), Windows Server 2019, and Windows Server, version 1809. We encourage you to wait until the feature update is offered to your device automatically."
Please ensure you make a backup on any documents / files if you haven't already done so, Microsoft will auto update your Windows 10 system via the windows update service. Do NOT turn off any power sources when updating even if the machine looks like its froze. Also ensure that you are connected to a main supply if updating Windows 10 on a laptop.
Some users of Windows 10 are reporting that their Windows 10 product key has been revoked. Microsoft have confirmed that this is a server side glitch (so microsofts fault) and they are currently working on resolving the issue. If you have noticed any activation required prompts then simply ignore them until the fix. Microsoft expects to resolve the problem in the next few days. ... Read MoreSee Less