IT Security Tip #8: Bookmark the LEGITIMATE websites you frequently visit
Here’s a sneaky trick used by many hackers: they purchase and set up a fraudulent website that is a close misspelling of a legitimate one. Example: www.faceboook.com instead of www.facebook.com. All you have to do is accidentally fat-finger ONE letter in the URL and up pops a very legitimate-looking fake copy of the site you were trying to get to – and the login and links are full of key-logger malware and virus landmines waiting for you to click on them. This is particularly important for any social networks you belong to.
Microsoft Teams: Have a question about Teams? Fear not, help is on the way!
The Help button in Teams. There’s an app for that. In the bottom left corner of Teams is where you’ll find Help.
Select Topics, then choose from a list of help topics, or check out the Training tab to watch short how-to’s on the basics of Teams.
Shortcut of the Week
The first ten icons on the Taskbar are automatically made as a shortcut and can be opened by pressing the Windows key plus the numbers 1 through 0 on the top of the keyboard.
For example, if you wanted to open the first icon on the Taskbar without using your mouse you can press the Windows key + 1 key.
OneNote is BACK!
Starting in March 2020, when you install Office 365 or Office 2019, the OneNote desktop app will be installed alongside the Word, PowerPoint, and Excel desktop apps. Click the link to learn more about it from Microsoft.