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Hi, my name’s Martin and I’m a senior technical specialist at TalkTalk. I’ve been evaluating the latest Wi-Fi mesh systems so we can make recommendations based on which systems are the easiest to set up and use, which have the best performance and which offer the most useful features. This is a completely independent review; the goal is to provide unbiased advice for anyone who’s thinking about extending their Wi-Fi coverage.
eptember has been a busy month, I’ve been out and about to increase awareness of growing threats of scams said TalkTalk's Head of Scam Prevention Donna Moore, after recently holding an informal scam awareness workshop in Sheffield.
If you get a text from your bank asking you to confirm a transaction by replying "Y" or "N", think twice before responding - especially if you don’t recognise the transaction and want to stop it going through.
Some emails can look like they’re from a legitimate organisation, but later turn out to be part of a scam designed to steal your money. Phishing scams are becoming increasingly common as fraudsters think of new ways to target all types of people.
Phone and email scams are on the rise and affecting millions of people and businesses across the UK. Over 2.5 million households received a scam call in the last month and latest ONS crime figures show that one in 10 adults have fallen for a scam, with over two thirds losing money as a result
Apple have recently released their latest OS called High Sierra, and whilst it makes your Mac more reliable, capable and responsive and also refines the features and apps you use every day, that’s good, right? Well yes, normally but there is a major flaw which essentially allows anyone root access (super admin-level access) by using a standard set of