Updated: Nov 6, 2020
Be careful of the "Norton" Scam. They want your credit card.
This happened to Tianna.
Tianna was checking the news this morning on WQOW. Just a coincidence and probably had nothing to do with WQOW. She received a pop up that claimed her Norton security software had expired. She knew this was false. Tianna is MacMan's operations manager and one of our certified iOS technicians.
When she tried to close the pop up window, this is what she saw next. This may look like it came from Apple, but it did not. Notice the URL at the top. It's not Apple. When Tianna tried to click the links at the top of the page, they did not work.
Even if you have purchased software online before, never renew it via a pop up alert. Always check with the publisher of the software by checking out their website or calling them.
If you are looking for a good anti malware, anti virus, proactive protection and maintenance software for your Mac or Windows computer, we can help. Check out our Pulse services page, look at Pulse+ Maintenance and give us a call.
If you think you have been infected with Malware, you can bring in your computer for service or schedule an appointment online with us. We can also come to you if that works better.
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