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i have a problem to get in to my bank account and my email account and to all different secure sites, what should i do?

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It is only secure sites that you have a problem accessing? Are you behind a firewall or a router? if so TCP port 443 is probably being blocked by something.
Good luck,
Lee

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Hi im having trouble most time logging into online banking it sometimes ask me a security question .very frustrating


That's called two-factor authentication and it is a double layer of security so that ne'er-do-wells have a harder time accessing your bank account. Most online banking sites have gone to this due to the increase of security breaches of personal data.

Dec 04, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Yahoo password doesn't work, changed, compromised, can't log on


Recently there have been numerous cases of people not being able to access their Yahoo email account.

PLEASE take 2 minutes to READ THIS TIP IN FULL, it explains stuff you really need to be aware of.

Supposedly people are getting emails from Yahoo telling them to change their password, and when they oblige, they no longer can access their account.

Unfortunately, nowadays 95% of emails telling you to change a password, review bank security settings etc. are fraudulent. They lure you into clicking a link, that takes you to a site disguised as a legitimate one (like Yahoo, online banking etc.) and provides you with an option to "change" the password - but in fact all it does is steal your current password in the process.
Users are accustomed to the fact, that in order to change a password you need to supply the current one first, so they don't feel uncomfortable entering it...

Now for the fix.

It is not easy, because free services like Yahoo rely on automated systems for most of the tasks (to avoid having to pay legions of customer support people), and also state clearly in their terms of use that they don't guarantee basically anything to free users and that it is your responsibility to keep your account details safe.

First option is the Yahoo Password Helper wizard, located here:
https://edit.yahoo.com/forgotroot
Go straight to "My account may have been compromised" option, as you most probably tried the standard password recovery options and they didn't work. You will be taken through several steps, and eventually there'll be an option to contact their customer service.
You must have some other working email account to give them as contact.

The last option would be to try and contact Yahoo asking for help.
email address: account-security-help@cc.yahoo-inc.com
The company numbers are:
(001)-408-349-1572
(001)-866-562-7219

However, phone support seems to be unavailable for free account users, therefore you may consider getting a paid account in the process, which will give you more support options and priority treatment.

GENERAL TIPS FOR THE FUTURE

1) Never trust seemingly legitimate emails telling you to do something with your sensitive information (change passwords, check/review security settings in your bank etc.)

2) Even if you suspect that such request is legitimate and wish to comply, never click a link provided in the email. I mean, never. Instead, open a new browser tab or window and type the address manually. Typing in yahoo.com in the browser address bar is not too fatigueing, and you will be on the safe side.

3) Logon pages nowadays should all be using secure connection (called SSL), which in practice means, that the address starts with
https:// (note the "s" at the end).
If you see a logon screen and the address starts with the ordinary
http:// - run away, it's not legitimate!

4) Sites have so called cerificates, issued by trustworthy organizations, that inform your browser about the confirmed identity of the site. When you are connected with an SSL (https://...) page, you should see a confirmation of a secure connection with an authentic site. Various browsers visualize this differently, here are the examples:

Internet Explorer 7 - padlock symbol next to the address bar:
malkontent68.jpg

Firefox - a box preceding the page address in the address bar, with site's name clearly shown:
malkontent68_0.jpg

Chrome - the https:// portion of the address turns green and a padlock is shown:
malkontent68_1.jpg

If you use a different browser, take the time to find out what the identity confirmation looks like in your browser, and check for it whenever you are about to enter any password anywhere.

Make it a habit, and you will save yourself from trouble - which in case of, say, a banking account can be massive.

Good luck!

on Jul 31, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Tip

Yahoo password doesn't work, compromised, hacked, phishing, can't log on


Recently there have been numerous cases of people not being able to access their Yahoo email account.

PLEASE take 2 minutes to READ THIS TIP IN FULL, it explains stuff you really need to be aware of.

Supposedly people are getting emails from Yahoo telling them to change their password, and when they oblige, they no longer can access their account.

Unfortunately, nowadays 95% of emails telling you to change a password, review bank security settings etc. are fraudulent. They lure you into clicking a link, that takes you to a site disguised as a legitimate one (like Yahoo, online banking etc.) and provides you with an option to "change" the password - but in fact all it does is steal your current password in the process.
Users are accustomed to the fact, that in order to change a password you need to supply the current one first, so they don't feel uncomfortable entering it...

Now for the fix.

It is not easy, because free services like Yahoo rely on automated systems for most of the tasks (to avoid having to pay legions of customer support people), and also state clearly in their terms of use that they don't guarantee basically anything to free users and that it is your responsibility to keep your account details safe.

First option is the Yahoo Password Helper wizard, located here:
https://edit.yahoo.com/forgotroot
Go straight to "My account may have been compromised" option, as you most probably tried the standard password recovery options and they didn't work. You will be taken through several steps, and eventually there'll be an option to contact their customer service.
You must have some other working email account to give them as contact.

The last option would be to try and contact Yahoo asking for help.
email address: account-security-help@cc.yahoo-inc.com
The company numbers are:
(001)-408-349-1572
(001)-866-562-7219

However, phone support seems to be unavailable for free account users, therefore you may consider getting a paid account in the process, which will give you more support options and priority treatment.

GENERAL TIPS FOR THE FUTURE

1) Never trust seemingly legitimate emails telling you to do something with your sensitive information (change passwords, check/review security settings in your bank etc.)

2) Even if you suspect that such request is legitimate and wish to comply, never click a link provided in the email. I mean, never. Instead, open a new browser tab or window and type the address manually. Typing in yahoo.com in the browser address bar is not too fatigueing, and you will be on the safe side.

3) Logon pages nowadays should all be using secure connection (called SSL), which in practice means, that the address starts with
https:// (note the "s" at the end).
If you see a logon screen and the address starts with the ordinary
http:// - run away, it's not legitimate!

4) Sites have so called cerificates, issued by trustworthy organizations, that inform your browser about the confirmed identity of the site. When you are connected with an SSL (https://...) page, you should see a confirmation of a secure connection with an authentic site. Various browsers visualize this differently, here are the examples:

Internet Explorer 7 - padlock symbol next to the address bar:
malkontent68.jpg

Firefox - a box preceding the page address in the address bar, with site's name clearly shown:
malkontent68_0.jpg

Chrome - the https:// portion of the address turns green and a padlock is shown:
malkontent68_1.jpg

If you use a different browser, take the time to find out what the identity confirmation looks like in your browser, and check for it whenever you are about to enter any password anywhere.

Make it a habit, and you will save yourself from trouble - which in case of, say, a banking account can be massive.

Good luck!

on Jul 31, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to set up online banking ?


Every bank has a different process but in outline you:
1 go to your banks web site.
2 identify yourself in their login process, typically by entering your account details and some personal information that they can verify as belonging to you.
3: register an email address with them.
The bank will confirm the email address by sending an email to you using that address.
4: Use the link sent to you in the same email to access the banks internet banking site and set a password for your login.

Like I said all banks processes will be slightly different. You can get specific help and even have them set it all up for you if you go into one of your banks branches.

Jun 23, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Hi My email account was hacked and due to the fact I didn't use it often I have not been able to provide enough security information to get it back and have therefore set up a new account Is there anyway...


Hi Lauren
You may need to go to the website of your accounts if you use or pay them online and modify your Account Profile Settings and update or edit your old email to new email.

If you don't have online account you really should call bank/phone company, etc and tell them your new info or yes they will be sending email to old address and you will not see it.

That is the most efficient way so you do not miss something important from the bank.

Other then getting everyone's email addresses and mailing out 1 email to all of them telling them your new email...but new email account won't have old address.

Apr 08, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Log in to online banking


Convenience is the name of the game with online banking.
Review your account balances, pay bills and order checks with the click of a button.

Make sure your current bank offers online banking.
If not, open a checking account with a bank that offers an online banking service.

Check to ensure that your computer hardware and software meet the bank's minimum requirements.

Sign up for online banking via the bank's Web site or at your local branch office.
You will need to provide basic, personal information.

Have your bank account numbers handy as well.

Log on to your account through your bank's Web site using the customer number and/or password assigned to you by your bank.

Run the demonstration program that most banks offer through their Web sites.
The demonstration will take you step by step through all of the online banking features available to you.
You first need to contact your bank and set up an online banking system then they will either send you all log in details by email or over the counter.

IE: BSB Number and Account Number you will have to make a Log In Password either at the Bank or online depending on your Banks rules.

When you get to the online login i suggest you make Word documents of Login Password
BSB and Account numbers to copy and paste in to avoid key loggers and spyware.

Jan 01, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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I have an hp pavillion ze4800 laptop my problems is when i type 1 letter using the keyboard many many letters appears on the screen. Please help me.. thanks


you need to get a new keyboard or try to clean it do not use water a contact cleaner can be used don t soat it lite spray it wipe it down then turn it on ok.

May 23, 2011 | HP Computers & Internet

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I just acquired an hp pavillion ze4800 notebook . Where do I turn this darn thing on at?


Hello Rose,

Please visit the link provided below :

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01311536.pdf

Download the pdf manual and refer the page 23,24.

The document is in pdf format. You have to install the adobe acrobat reader.

Please download the adobe acrobat reader from the link provided below :

http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/

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I have a google email account, and the logo is cut off as well as other items at the top page, google suggest for me to disable adblock. How do you do this on a hp Pavillion dv6000 computer? or do...


AdBlock is an extension for the FireFox browser, which prevents certain javascript applets (usually advertisements ) from running when you're browsing.

If you're using Internet Explorer on the other hand, you can add gmail to your trusted sites. You would do this by going to the tools menu in Internet Explorer, selecting Internet Options. Then Select the Security tab, and click on trusted sites. The "sites" button will highlight, and if you click it, and type "http://www.gmail.com" and click add. Then uncheck "Require server verification for all sites in this zone" and click close.

Now try your Gmail again.

These instructions are for internet explorer 8. If you are using a different version, they may still work, but if not, let me know and I'll update them.

May 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I see the Western Digital 2500 hard drive needs 12 and 5 volts . I tried to plug it into my hp pavillion but it doesn't fit any socket. Do I need a separate supply? Or adapter for hp to s.a.t.a. cord?


yes you do need a sata power supply however you can get an adaptor
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/4-Pin-IDE-2x-Serial-SATA-ATA-HDD-Power-Cable-Adapter-/230514742811?pt=AU_Components&hash=item35abbfd61b
$1.00 free postage world wide this might not be the one it is just a gude for you Ebay
You might get these on Ebay im not sure which country you are in this might guide you to one
you could get this on Ebay if you dont have an account you will need to create one
Add Email adress
Add Bank Acc
Add Credit Card
also add your postal adress
also add a paypal account
when you get to the paypal login page at the bottom you will see new to paypal sign up tab
paypal to create an account
paypal registration password ,bank card /credit card,phone numbers home/mobile ,email adress and a postal adress
be very specific when you type in the search
always ask questions? before you make a purchase and keep the email/s for security reasons if the item arrives and its not as described
you will even see the pictures of your item so you cant make a mistake and get them home delivered
hope this helps

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