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IRS SCAM

Scammers are at it again. As usual, they are utilizing tax season and IRS threats to try to give out your personal information. Here is a screen shot of the email. There are multiple mistakes that are in this email. The biggest red flag is the fact that the IRS is emailing you. The IRS will NEVER initiate contact with you via email. Other flags are the atrocious grammar and random capitalization of words. Keep vigilant!!!

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Send over the W-2’s

It’s TAX TIME!!! With that comes tax fraud. We have seen phishing emails that seem to come from the boss of the company requesting all of the W-2’s be sent to them.  This is a scam. If you do get a request like this and you suspect that is it a fraud, call the individual to see if it is legit. Don’t email. Stay vigilant!

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Do you use a Netgear Router for work or home use?

An article was released yesterday that Netgear routers have a security flaw that should be addressed. If users have their remote management activated (it is off by default) the router can be accessed and hijacked remotely. Long story short, your router password can be easily retrieved by someone else. There are 31 models affected by this security flaw. To see the models affected, follow this link.

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