I have an antivirus and everything and I am just wondering if this is possible. If so how can you protect your documents. and how likely is it to happen to an average poor person. Best Answer: Lydia: Well, to answer the basic question, "CAN they view and steal documents," YES, of course they can. ..
Other answer: Barbara: Yahoo was sold last summer. Get another email like Proton Email developed by the scientists at CERN who invented the Internet in the first place. This email is encrypted, and can only be decrypted by you it even has the ability that someone returning an email to you will still be in ..
My original Administration User account became corrupt somehow, so I had to create a whole new one. My new account is an Admin now, so I need to delete the old (also Admin) one. Trouble is, the little "minus button" you'd normally click to delete a user account is grayed out. Can someone help? I ..
Other answer: Alex: How does your body get rid of the flu or a cold AFTER you've been infected? The whole issue of viruses for computers is that there is software out there that is designed to operate much like vaccines, or hazmat suits. The software protects you by preventing the infection in the first ..
Other answer: Margaret: Yes definitely a scam Chris P: Of course it's a scam. Did you really think that Yahoo care enough about their users to personally phone them about their account security? rick29148: Yep. 110%. Dick..
1. Yes, I have an anti-virus software. 2. Yes, I do periodic virus scans. 3. My anti-virus software has quarantined four files that are infected, all of which were installed by my son, AFTER he was told not to install anything onto my computer. 4. The trojan starts off like this JS: Trojan.JS then it ..
So, back in November of 2016, I received a call from people with indian accents claiming that they represented windows and that they detected problems on my computer. I had heard about these kind of scams, so I didn't believe them at first. So I asked them a few questions to "make sure" they were ..
Other answer: Kenan: Use a AV, if you can't get a paid AV, use a free one like AVG, Avast, Or Avira, also download malwarebytes and try HitmanPro and HerdProtect, however you can delete a virus manually using cmd.exe which is command prompt. Right click it, run it as an adminisrator and type attrib, then ..
A guy knows my name and state, I Didn't have my name or location accessible where he messsged me and he knew what my first name was and the state I live in. He claimed to have my IP address, but I looked it up and every article says having an IP address doesn't reveal ..
Other answer: Barbara: If you have pop ups, you're more than likely infected with Malware. Every modern browser has a popup blocker AND is enabled by default. Grab a free copy of malwarebytes at http://www.malwarebytes.org. Install and run the scan. Clean off anything it finds. If you still can't get it, I recommend using a ..