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  1. While this is just one example it really highlights how most organizations, by default, cannot be trusted. A good starting point is to use the FireFox browser with NoScript enabled. If you prefer to use Chrome, good news! https://www.zdnet.com/article/noscript-extension-officially-released-for-google-chrome/ An interesting tidbit from the article: Being able to block javascript from loading in the browser is a critical line of defense in protecting yourself. Take advantage of it and use it. As first time NoScript user, I promise that you that will absolutely be astounded at the amount of third party integration that takes place on sites that you visit. It is also in your best interest, from a privacy point of view, to abandon social media. I know that many espouse that I have nothing to hide but that is an uninformed opinion. http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/surveillance-you-may-have-nothing-hide
  2. Thanks for the updated URLs tmcgill.
  3. Ever think that having a social media account like Facebook is harmless? Ever had your doctors office want to take your picture for "records"? Ever wonder about that letting the app on your phone access your location and contacts list? Should your kid have unrestricted access to a cellphone? Ever wonder why a website like creditboards.com has external javascript hooks to: google.com facebook.net googlesyndication.com google-analytics.com doubleclick.net (btw .. noscript and request-policy plugins for Firefox is your best defense against that type of unapproved data exfoliation) "big data" in all of its incarnations is evil and for those of you who have never heard of that phrase before .. the Equifax hack is just the harbinger of things to come. The next big hack will be medical records. It is only a matter of time. Regarding Equifax .. the following is FWIW: 1. A SANS blog/template detailing exactly what security leaders can tell their people about the hack. https://securingthehuman.sans.org/blog/2017/09/08/awareness-officers-what-to-communicate-about-the-equifax-hack 2. A SANS webcast Wednesday 9/13 at 3:30pm ET with latest updates and once again covering what security leadership can tell their people and organization. https://www.sans.org/webcasts/about-equifax-hack-105880 3. Brian Krebs' guide to applying a security freeze so no one can access your credit scores. https://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/06/how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-embrace-the-security-freeze/
  4. THREEBM_SUB_DISCOUNT2 got me a discount of $11.97 off the 3B from $59.85 or $3.99 off each.
  5. I ordered an HDX1000 from gizmodaddy.com some time back mostly because the remote that shipped with it was not some junk membrane remote. The only thing missing on my HDX1000 is blu-ray iso support. I got an email today from gizmodaddy.com with a coupon code of MEDE10ER for an extra 10.00 off any Mede8er product even the ones that are on sale! So I'm going for a MED500X and thought I would share the intel. Not only it a great deal, but gizmodaddy.com provides top notch customer support. If you click on the products reviews for the MED500X I concur with the comments from Steve in Australia. https://www.gizmodaddy.com/storefront/produ...on-Media-Player
  6. Thanks. It has, however, left me with an empty feeling that these crooks are going to end up getting away since it has been going on for so long. I also feel sorry for the lady in my original post who got scammed, but I like to think she learned a very valuable lesson from the school of hard knocks. It just cost her $695.00 ....
  7. http://www.heatherwithaccountservices.com/...&topic=50.0
  8. More dirt on Dynamic Financial, USA, Inc. http://www.callerfinder.com/904-398-4657.html http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-305-691-3713 http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-904-398-4657/4 http://www.callferret.com/305-691-3713.html http://www.callercomplaints.com/SearchResu...4657&page=1 and it just goes on and on and on ..
  9. A fourth front the scammers have: http://www.ezfinancial.info/index.html And again a new person/location: http://www.networksolutions.com/whois-sear...zfinancial.info Contact information is listed as: In case you did not know .. Madeire, PT can be found here. I do not pretend to believe that any of the information contained in the WHOIS database for these domains are correct. In fact, I believe the opposite is true. However, if that is to be the case, it does show what lengths these crooks are willing to go obfuscate their identity.
  10. Yet another front the scammers have: http://dynamicexperts.com/index.html And yet another person and mailing address: http://www.networksolutions.com/whois-sear...amicexperts.com Here they list their mailing address as:
  11. Now to take a look at fchoicefinancial.com info. http://www.networksolutions.com/whois-sear...cefinancial.com Okay. So now we have a new player, David Richards. And this domain name was registered two days before the AFL domain name. Check out where "First Choice Financial" mailing address maps too. Looks pretty residential to me ... And while we are on the subject of spying from space, here is where the domain thevirtualsalesrep.com is located. More residential .. And if you wanted to drive from the world headquarters of thevirtualsalesrep.com to the world headquarters of First Choice Financial, it would take you all of about 17 minutes. Heck, who knows .. you might just be in time for a BBQ ..
  12. http://www.networksolutions.com/whois-search/cogeco.ca Nothing too special to report here, but it would appear that Peter/Leanne could be an employee of Cogeco Cable Canada Inc. Don't jump to too many conclusions as it is the Internet and you can pretty much be anyone you want.
  13. Doing a search on the "thevirtualsalesrep.com" domain name as found in Peter's email address gives us: http://www.networksolutions.com/whois-sear...ualsalesrep.com Amazingly, Peter is now known as LEANNE CYR. Again, I am sure there might be logical explanation, but let's see what a search on cogeco.ca gets us ...
  14. "Peter Bradstreet" is either a hapless stooge churning out websites, or is a co-conspirator. Regardless, his name is listed as an administrative contact for the website: aflfinancial.com http://www.networksolutions.com/whois-sear...flfinancial.com I direct your attention as to when the domain name was registered:

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