NetPoint Internet News

New Computer?

Dec. 26th, 12:05 pm

Posted by Joe

Did you get a new computer for Christmas? Well if you did, the computer most likely has Windows XP on it. You do not need that old Netpoint disk to get your Internet running again. All you need to do is follow these step-by-step instructions:

http://www.starpoint.net/help/Connections/winxp/

 

NORAD Tracking Santa

Dec. 24th, 12:56 pm

Posted by Scott

NORAD will be tracking Santa's route again this year. Get updates throughout the day on his current position at noradsanta.org.

http://www.noradsanta.org/

 

Are you using AWS WeatherBug?

Dec. 1st, 2:00 pm

Posted by Scott

Then you might be happier using Weather Watcher It's less intrusive, uses fewer system resources, and most importantly, is ad-free. No more annoying flashing ads and popups. Just weather. It shows the current temp in you toolbar and isn't pesky about connecting your computer to the internet when you aren't using it. It's much more customizable and easier to use. It's FREE and will not nag you for money. To get rid of WeatherBug, go here and follow the removal instructions.

http://www.singerscreations.com/AboutWeatherWatcher.asp

 

Virus Alert

Nov. 19th, 9:51 am

Posted by Scott

Mimail.J has reached category 3. Be on the lookout for mail from Do_Not_Reply@paypal.com with a subject of Important. Keep im mind that PayPal, eBay, or any other finacial instituion would never ask for your credit card or other account information by email. Important information like that should only be entered on secured pages. You can tell if a page is secured by looking for a padlock in the lower right hand corner of your browser. If you don't see a locked padlock, then the page is not encrypted.

 

Virus Alert

Nov. 1st, 12:45 pm

Posted by Scott

The Mimail.C virus has reached category 3 and wil likely start showing up in the inboxes of NetPoint customers. Be on the lookout for mail with the subject "our private photos" and a zip attachment. The virus can spoof who is sending it and could appear to come from someone you know. Make sure your anti virus definitions are up to date. More information about the virus can be found here.

 
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