The iPhone Lock Screen Hack has got security experts at Apple scratching their heads. We all know how serious Apple takes thier security so why am I surprised Tim Cook let this one get by him. I guess it was a matter of time. Either way, here is a great video demonstrating how to hack into any iPhone while it is locked – VIDEO.
I was uninstalling apps on my Galaxy Note 4 when I accidentially clicked on the Amazon Prime. I didn’t even know I downloaded it. Must have been bundled with nother app I downloaded. The next thing I see is a pop-up saying, Congratulations on your new Amazon Prime membership! WHAT? Yep, In a matter of 2 seconds I spent $101.13 all because I opened up an app. That’s it. No warning, no nothing, just charge me. Simply opening the Amazon Prime App will automatically charge you $101.13 for an Amazon Prime membership like it or not. At least at the time of this post. Talk about scammy. So I called Amazon customer support 1-866-216-1072 to get my money back. Then the Amazon customer support agent tells me I would have to wait 3-5 business days to get my $101.13. Isn’t that crazy?
So please be careful when opening Amazon Prime apps on your Android smart phone.
If you have received an Email with this in the subject line
“#NOTICE-7514481336 – 24 hours for confirmation”
DO NOT click on any of the links inside this email as it is a scam, which is probably linked to malware. This was the email I received…
#NOTICE-7514481336 – 24 hours for confirmation
Account temporarily blocked (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To help protect your account from fraud or abuse, we have temporarily blocked it because we noticed some unusual activity.
We know having your account blocked is frustrating, but we can help you get it back easily in a few steps.
Unblock your account
To unblock your account click here and sign in to your blocked account.
We take your account security seriously and need these details to help us prevent hackers from accessing your account.
As far as blocked Hotmail accounts are concerned, meanwhile, only responsible use of your Outlook account can prevent it from being disabled.
Microsoft’s policy of restoring accounts that have been blocked seems to depend on the provision of accurate data so that the operatives can make a decision about your account.
Information can be misinterpreted and security questions and answers can be forgotten, so it is best to avoid any problems here by using your account responsibly.