Internet security is not just about installing antivirus software, it requires system settings and browsing habits. We will teach you to become an online Ninja.

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What is Cybersecurity and Why You Should Know About It.


We can teach you how to protect your data and identity?

In todays world, technology has taken control over peoples lives. Personal data and identities are at risk. Online computer hackers have infiltrated and exposed the personal information of 130+ million Americans – nearly half of the US adult population - over the last year alone. This is mostly due to Bloated Corporate Software making computers vulnerable to attacks.

We can help those who are seeking Internet security and even online anonymity. With over 25 years experience as I.T. professionals, We continue researching alternative ways to make computer users and data more secure. We'll show you how to surf smart, and even teach you to be an Online Ninja. Ultimate online confidence.

How it works!

1) Contact a technician and describe your computer issues. Your technician will simply explain what your PC's problems are and advise how to fix it.

2) You will need to download and install TeamViewer in order to create a secure connection. Your technician can help you if needed.

3) Sit back and watch the technician repair your computer. Feel free to ask questions.

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Online Security

Not only does the Internet provide users with a plethora of useful information but it can also give hackers your valuable information. Just like it sounds, Internet security is the process of securing all incoming and outgoing data from your computer while on the Internet. It is more than just a browser security, it’s a network security! It authenticates and protects all information sent via the Internet.

Many of our daily activities include the Internet in various forms such as staying connected on social media, shopping, financials, entertainment, and work. With all this time we spend on the Internet, think of how many personal things we have shared like bank info, photos and data. We expect the Internet to be safe and secure but there are a number of serious privacy risks that are involved.

What is a Hacker?

A computer hacker is any skilled computer expert that uses their technical knowledge to overcome a problem. While "hacker" can refer to any skilled computer programmer, the term has become associated in popular culture with a "security hacker", someone who, with their technical knowledge, uses bugs or exploits to break into computer systems.

Why Use a VPN?

One of the most important skills any computer user should have is the ability to use a virtual private network (VPN) to protect their privacy. A VPN is typically a paid service that keeps your web browsing secure and private over public Wi-Fi hotspots.
VPNs can be used to access region-restricted websites, shield your browsing activity from prying eyes on public Wi-Fi, and more.

Certain things that put our Internet Security at Risk

Malicious Software
Weak Passwords
Public WiFi

We are using the internet for everything but as personal privacy app Keygo.me found, about 70% of the US population has or unfortunately will be affected by a cyber attack every year! This means if 9 out of 10 Americans are online, 3 out of 4 have experienced a cyber attack. Be attentive and don’t fall into this category.

There are several malicious softwares that are dangerous to your computer that many of us are not aware of. Depending on certain searches and website, Adware is a pop-up advertisement that is intrusive. It’s extremely easy to get but also simple to remove. Spyware is extremely dangerous. It steals your information like addresses, credit cards, and social security numbers.


We can teach you to be an Internet Ninja.

Learn to Surf Smart. Protect your data and identity.

We can show you how to remember multiple complex passwords using our formula. How to spot malicous emails. You can always contact us if you have security questions.

Ask one of our technicians for details.


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