Scam Alert – Emails Claim To Be From Facebook Security Team
Cybercriminals are using fake Facebook Security Team emails to
trick unsuspecting users into visiting a malicious page and entering their
usernames and passwords. Check out this sample email to see how the scam
Recipients are told their Facebook account is about to be suspended due to a
violation of the social network's Terms of Service. The message includes a
bogus link that takes users to a phony third-party Facebook application that
asks them to enter their Facebook account name, password, and other
information. If entered and submitted, this information is automatically sent
to the scammers and used to hijack the account.
Scammers use official sounding page names, applications, and links to make
their schemes appear legitimate to unsuspecting users. If you have fallen for
the trick, try to access your Facebook account. If you are able to do so,
change your password immediately. In the event you have already been locked
out, report the compromise and Facebook will help you regain control of your
For information about other Facebook scams and how to protect your privacy
and security, visit http://facecrooks.com.
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Better Get Kickin' – The Clock's A Tickin'!
annual broadband upgrade event is just about over, and once it ends, you'll
kick yourself if you missed out.
- FREE upgrade to speed level of your choice
- FREE 30 day trial
- FREE return to your previous speed, if you choose not
to keep your upgrade
If you know your
current speed, and know the speed that you would like to try, send an email
or call us at 397-2601 and we will initiate your upgrade right away.
If you are unsure about your current speed and would like to discuss the
various options with someone, we have multiple ways to contact us
1. Email: email@example.com
2. Phone: 397-2601
3. In person: 183 S. Andersen St., in Overton
Hurry this offer
ends May 17, 2013.
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Go Pinterest-ing! – Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards
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This Month's FAQ – What Does The Software Term "Easter
Question: I've heard the term "Easter Egg"
applied to software. I'm familiar with the chocolate candy variety I saw in
baskets last month, but not this kind. What is an Easter Egg?
Answer: An Easter Egg is an undocumented function or inside joke
hidden in software by its makers — secret "goodies" found by word
of mouth or by accident. They are in no way destructive and are usually
placed there simply for additional fun and credits. The term was coined by
Atari after a secret message was left by software designer Warren Robinett in
the video game Adventure. This practice is similar in some respects to
hidden signature motifs such as Alfred Hitchcock's legendary cameo
appearances in his movies and the "Hidden Mickeys" throughout the
various Disney Parks.
In computer software, Easter Eggs are secret results that occur in response
to an undocumented set of commands. These results can vary from a simple
printed message or image to a page of programmer credits or a small videogame
hidden inside an otherwise serious piece of software. Videogame cheat codes
are a specific type of Easter Egg, in which entering a secret command will
unlock special powers or new levels for the player. Easter Eggs can also be
found in movies, TV commercials, DVDs, and CDs.
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Sites Of The Month – Great Sites To Check Out In April
Play Virtual Keyboard
bgfl.org – Here's
a way to add a musical note to your day — try your hand at playing this
virtual keyboard. Choose piano, organ, saxophone, flute, pan pipes,
strings, guitar, steel drums, or double bass. Who knew you could sound so
Find Money That Might Be Yours
unclaimed.org – Billions of
dollars are waiting in unclaimed property programs and some of it could be
yours. Do a search at this site from the National Association of Unclaimed
Property Administrators, affiliated with the National Association of State
Treasurers and Council of State Governments.
A Tree-mendous Resource
arborday.org – Arbor
Day is celebrated April 26 in the U.S. and it's a great time of year to
pick out and plant trees. You'll find all the help you need to dig into
tree projects at this Arbor Day Foundation site. It includes a tree guide,
nursery, care tips, forums, and more.
Creative Cakes Plus Cool Cash
womansday.com – There
are plenty of cake-worthy occasions in spring — from graduations to showers
— so check out this sweet resource for celebratory cake recipes. While on
the site, register to win $100,000 in the Goodbye Debt Sweepstakes.
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Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To
This video captures the touching moment when a man surprises his girlfriend
with a pug puppy to help console her after the loss of her 10-year-old
beagle to a brain tumor. It's nonstop tears, hugs, and canine cuteness that
will make you smile.
I'm Farming And I
Who doesn't love a parody music video? This homegrown one was produced by
the Peterson Farm Bros. and proudly spotlights the work of farmers. Since
they "gotta feed everybody," they dance through crops, cattle,
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Short Tutorial – Save Time By Learning Keyboard Shortcuts
In today's fast-paced world, it seems we're
all looking for ways to get more done in less time. One way to be more
efficient while on the computer is by using keyboard shortcuts to do frequent
tasks instead of moving the mouse and clicking icons.
To perform a keyboard shortcut, you press two, three, or sometimes four
keyboard keys at the same time. If that sounds tricky, keep this in mind: You
can press and hold the Control (CTRL) key first and then press the other
key(s). If you're a Mac user, use the Command (CMD) key instead of the CTRL
key for the keyboard shortcuts below.
Here are some of the most popular keyboard shortcuts:
The first rule of computer use is to save your work often. You never know
when the program you're using, or your entire computer, is going to crash.
It's a good idea to use this shortcut after every few sentences you write.
This shortcut lets you undo a mistake very quickly. Pressing CTRL+Z several
times will often undo the last several changes.
If you do a lot of copying and pasting of text, these keyboard shortcuts will
really save you time. Just use the mouse to select what you want to copy,
press CTRL+C, click the mouse where you want to paste, and press CTRL+V.
There are hundreds of other keyboard shortcuts and, depending on your
computer habits, you may want to learn more of them. For complete information,
visit this site for Windows
or this site for Mac.
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