04-21-2012 02:30 PM
All the regulars and experts here probably know and use this, but it's new to me.
Comcast has a webpage that lists all the security threats Constant Guard has found.
Especially helpful was the email section which has the bogus emails going around today and phising scams, viruses, etc. Despite the title, it's available even for those of us who only installed Nortons' and passed on Constant Guard.
04-21-2012 03:45 PM
Great, now you know one way the regulars and experts stay on top of things.
I'm pleased you found it (not always an easy task on this site) and thanks for passing the information on to others who may be reading this thread, I am sure they will also appreciate it.
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04-21-2012 04:00 PM
In addition to the page you mentioned there are other things by Comcast regarding phishing. The problem is that the information is scattered around in different places. They don't make it easy to find.
Because of that I put together something that has it all in one place. You, and anyone else, are welcome to link to it OR copy/paste the contents anywhere. That includes this forum, other places on the internet, or even an email to other Comcast users who may find the info informative.
I do NOT need credit given to me if you pass it along. The goal is to educate people about phishing and how to tell if a mail that purports to be from Comcast is a phish or legit.
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04-21-2012 05:14 PM
QE, great post.. I noticed that the thread is locked, but not floated... I did that on my system, and think that it should be a permanent float..
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