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A DoS attack can commonly result in a server being flooded with more network traffic than it is capable of processing. I hang up on him. This hinders or prevents the server's normal operation and sometimes causes its complete failure.Unlike a DoS attack, a DDoS attack employs multiple PCs. Claire Reynolds These guys just tried to scam me again.

Thanks for reading and helping us in the fight against fraud! He gave me the phone number they supplied him with and I called. (1-866-460-7455) It was answered by someone with a heavy Indian accent named Austin. to them, I spent a happy 45 minutes asking them to tell me computer name, who owned it, software version, model/make -- as many people lived in the house, with many Pingback: Warning Social Engineering Scam: Give me your credit card number or something bad will happen | Swift Systems • Maryland IT Services Company() mattyg I am not a hater https://forums.techguy.org/threads/anyone-know-anything-about-backdoor-serv-fn.777073/page-2

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Well, I do not trust menkind, and told her that I have to leave home, and to give me her phone number, and I'll call her back. Pingback: Microsoft Tech Support SCAM!!! | Scott Veirs IT Consulting Services() 2012cocoa I have had this call 4 times. Since these scammers use all sorts of tricks and fake identities, one of the best ways to ruin their business is simply to make it unworthy by spreading the message around Would you happen to remember their company's name?

i also get one call from windows service center..they asked me to buy one bear and a pack of fried chicken or they will get viruses in my pc… ooo my If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. He asked what I saw - In the upper left corner, I see a cute little apple icon. Silly scammers, tricks are for kids!

So I say to him "What are you talking about?, My computer has not been on in weeks." and he says, "But we've been getting messages." That's when I realized it But this time I decided to! And that's why I didn't want him to see my event viewer-and if you really want to help me, let me put your computer on my botnet. Some people have no morals, oh well, I guess the rule of thumb is,stay sharp, & don't let anyone remote access your PC unless your 100% sure that the user is

Thank you for sharing Jerome Segura Thanks for your comment patzy. These folks are fun, if you have the time to waste with them. I didn't see the logo. She asked if I have a computer, and that my profile is infected.

One of my more polite replies is "I would not give two f***s if my PC was bombing India, never mind sending error messages" Default UserID I'm helping a friend right Figure6: Once the magic words have been spoken, it all goes downhill.. ‘Sean the technician' was more than eager to help me but the first thing he did was to open Senior citizens and not computer savvy, these hucksters told my mom her computer was infecting all the computers in the neighborhood and if she didn't give them access to clean it I told him I knew it's a scam and doesn't he feel bad for trying to scam people, and how does he sleep at night, he told me to Shut up,

One more deaf scammer! They've obviously done their homework, I said before I continue any more with the call I will check this address out and he said he'll call me back once I had I feigned concern over losing my machine or suffering irreparable damage. Beware of these SCAMMERS and FRAUDSTERS Sonick NineZeronine I just received the same call from "windows technical department".

They tried calling back about 6 times in the next 2 minutes and I disconnected each time. One is for a bogus website. While we could have stopped right there, she was intent on pursuing the diagnostic further.

LOL I then the f*** off.

I am absolutely certain that this is the same person, as after continuing to speak with him, his voice cleared up and he sounded exactly like Austin. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »American Stationer and Office Manager, Volume 831918 0 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/American_Stationer_and_Office_Manager.html?id=TyIdAQAAMAAJ From inside the book What people are saying-Write Just had one call here - I wasted his time with stupid questions and keyboard fumbling for about 40mins - then when at the crucial point of remoteing into my machine Mostly have just screwed around with them.

Scarily they knew my name and address, said there calling from Microsoft. Be Aware of the Following Spyware Threats:Ghost.Keylogger, Latinus, Akl2, MDSA.Sentinel, Keylog.Diablo.WormWorms are generally considered to be a subset of viruses, but have key differences. Thanks for ya help. At the end of the day these scams rake in so much money that these individuals really don't care.