Here’s a note: I was somewhere today, and someone I knew had a pop-up on their computer saying “Microsoft Antivirus has found a critical process on your computer.”. I instantly knew it was a phony website – even the URL was a jumble of letters, which signaled the problem. Here’s a life lesson: DON’T CLICK ON PHONY ANTIVIRUS MESSAGES.
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