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Recieved any phishy emails lately? We’ve noticed an upspike in fake emails pretending to be big IT companies such as Microsoft and Apple. These emails pretend that you need to change your password or enter your bank details or something similar in order to scam your details from you. This can then be used to commit fraud, identity theft and other cybercrimes. According to an ACCC report, $174,913 Australian dollars have been lost this year to phishing attacks.
Above you can see an example of a phishing email with some red-flags highlighted. Make sure to always be suspicious of ANY email you recieve. It is a good idea to always double-check the sender address and read the entire email before clicking any links or attachments. If anything stands out as suspicious then don’t risk it!
Check out The ACCC’s Scamwatch for a better idea on how scams effect everyday Australians.
If you have any questions or suspicions about an email, call, text or webpage, give us a call and our experts can help keep you safe online.
Concerned about your privacy and safety online? Fake news? Have questions about the internet of things? or just curious about anything to do with internet health?
Mozilla recently announced their Internet Health Report 2018. An open-source report discussing issues and upcoming challenges everyday internet users face. Mozilla dives into topics such as fake news, big tech and the internet of things. The report interviews experts across multiple fields specializing in internet services. Mozilla’s position as a free and open-source internet company gives their thoughts significant weight and their perspective is quite interesting.
So, interested in learning more about internet freedom? Check out Mozilla’s Internet Health Report 2018 and if you’re still curious, we’re happy to help with any questions you may have.
Are you one of the unlucky ones with HFC NBN in your business or home? We can help out with packages combining HFC NBN and mobile broadband backup systems to keep you online. Most of the time the packages we provide cost less per month than you’re paying now for your current failing internet. Please call for more information. 1300 721 576
We, at Supportedge, all wish you a happy holiday season.
Our sincere thanks for all your goodwill and loyalty throughout the past year.
See you in the New Year!
We will be closed from the 23rd of December through till 7th January inclusive, re-opening on Monday 8th January 2018.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from everyone at Supportedge!
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Supportedge is an environmentally conscious workplace that practices what it preaches. Three things the average consumer can do and we encourage consumers to do, to reduce your business’ and households’ environmental impact are: 1) Recycle your electronic waste (e-waste): “Australians generate more than 140,000 tonnes of e-waste each year and most of it ends up in landfill,” as stated on the City of Sydney’s website. There is an e-waste depot that you can drop your electronic goods off in Ultimo, Sydney. It is open on allocated days throughout the year. For more information on what days the depot is open or to find out more about how to recycle your e-waste read this brochure from the City of Sydney’s website. Or visit Planet Ark’s website for your closest recycling facility. 2) Invest in long-lasting appliances and maintain them so you get a longer-life out of them: “You can save money and reduce energy use by buying the right appliance for your needs and using it efficiently. The position of the appliance, how you operate it and how you maintain it all affects how much energy is used – for example, placing your refrigerator next to your oven will make it work [&hellip