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DNS Services - Vancouver Washington Scam

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If you have recently received a statement in the mail from DNS Services of Vancouver, WA, please beware that this is a scam. DNS Services has sent out these false/misleading statements to several of our clients.  The statement appears that you owe money for management of DNS services but it is just a way to get you to pay money for services that you don't currently use.

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Preparing for Cyber War

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Critical infrastructure such as power grids or chemical plants could be inactivated by a cyber-attack.  While the US is pledging to defend against any such attacks, does the US have the cyber detection and advance to rapidly respond to an attack?

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Keeping Passwords Out of the Hands of Hackers

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Stolen passwords that give intruders access to your company’s systems can lead to costly scams and fraud, wreck your company's reputation, and cause significant cleanup costs.  Learn precautions you can take to protect your company against password thieves.

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Botnet Now Discovered on i-Phones

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We’ve all grown quite used to the idea of botnets stowing away on PCs out there on the Internet, spamming us from hacked inboxes in unknown places. Now, botnets are going mobile. Microsoft researcher Terry Zink says he’s discovered evidence that an illegal botnet has hijacked smartphones running Google’s Android operating system and used them to send spam from users’ Yahoo email accounts.

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Domain Registry of America Scam Alert

post image (Click the letter above to enlarge.) AgniTEK wants to remind you to stay vigilant against scams during the upcoming holiday season. We have received a few reports of our clients receiving ‘phony bills’ relating to domain names they have registered.  The scam comes in the form of a letter from the “Domain Registry of America” or “Domain Renewal Group” urging you to pay them to renew your domain name. However, the agreement included in the letter is actually a contract to transfer the domain name from your current host to the Domain Registry of America (at an inflated price and without hosting). If you receive a letter to this effect, don’t worry and don’t send them your money. Luckily, no AgniTEK clients have been taken by the scam. However, please do not hesitate to contact AgniTEK at 979-260-TECH(8324) if you receive any suspicious correspondence regarding your website or IT system.
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