Today when I turned on my computer, my anti-virus reported that it’d stopped 35 viruses from getting into my computer. I know that the perps have copies of everything in my computer, but I still like to know how they get in it. As I stated before, I turn off computer every night, take out my modem, my battery, but still, every time I get into my computer, I find changes that were not there the night before. I really have to take a computer course, but they’re so expensive. Well, at least it went on today. I didn’t have to spend a few hours trying to get on. Hallelujah!!
If you have a Facebook page and you’re a target, I’ve noticed a few things. It’s taken me a while to notice these things. I’m usually just trying to keep my computer on, and have little time to interact with other Facebook users, or anyone else.
Be careful who you let on to your Facebook page. On my page, I think most of the people who befriend me are perps.
(I must be on to something, they just deleted everything I typed. So I have to make sure I get this published.)
I’ve noticed that the government perps will try to have you connect with someone who’s of the same race, origin, country, has same hobbies, hispanic, black, etc. They want you to trust this person and spill out all your secrets. You know, the best friend kind of thing. Sometimes I let them join, even though I know they’ll get in and do damage to my computer. I let them join because that’s the only way I’m going to learn who’s a perp. I recently let a woman in and immediately I got very bad feelings about her. It was the way she smiled, posed, and the general feeling I got from her photo. I let her stay on. That’s the only way to learn about these people. One of the first giveaways is how they agree you, “Hi, dear friend.” I don’t even know this person and we’re friends already. If you get someone whose statement is something about friends, un-join her. I can tell you, she/he is usually up to no good. There are other signs, but I don’t want to give up my secrets. I wish I could, but they would change their ways. I know now they’re thinking, we can’t call them friends right away. A dead giveaway. Just let your instincts guide you. Your instincts will always help you. If you get an “icky” feeling about someone, go with that feeling. It will help you keep perps out of your computer.
I also get “icky” feelings when I’m on WordPress, but as I stated, I let them in, sometimes to my detriment.
When you let someone into your Facebook page, it’s like letting them into your house/apartment. Would you let someone into your house who gave you a creepy feeling? No. And that’s the same way you should consider Facebook — letting someone into your house. Be careful what information you put on your Facebook page, or anywhere else. I give out information about myself, but up to a certain point. I don’t give out my phone number, my birthday (if I do, I lie about it, sorry), but someone can steal your I.D. very easily. Be careful.
- How to handle a virus that disables your anti-virus software (examiner.com)
- How hackers are using your computer to make money on Instagram (ksl.com)
- How to bank online safely (nwsassociates.wordpress.com)