Call or Text: Roger Koo on 770-714-6683 to schedule an appointment to drop your Personal Computer (PC) - Desktop, Laptop, Netbook, iMac and Macbook for repairs!


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List of Services Offered:

Apple Products: iMac and Macbook Repairs
Computer Devices: Audio Card, DVD Drive, External Hard Drive, Graphic Card, LCD Screen, Wi-Fi Card, Wireless Mouse, Wireless Printer not working?
Computer Repair
Computer Maintenance - Disk Cleanup and Automatic Disk Defrag
Computer Protection - Anti Virus and Anti-Spywares Software
Computer Tutoring (PC and Apple inluding iPhones & iPads)
Data Backup
Data Recovery
DC Jack Replacement on Laptop & Netbook
Desktop, Laptop Fan Replacement
Desktop, Laptop and Netbook Diagnostic & Tune-up
Desktop Power Supply Replacement
Diagnostic Evaluation
Hard Drive Replacement
Hardware Installation
iPhone, iMac, Macbook Tutorial
Laptop Keyboard Replacement
LCD Screen Replacement
Logic Board & Motherboard Replacement
Mailcious Software and Program Removal: Back Door, Bots, Dialer, Keylogger, Logic Bomb, Phishing, Malware, Remote Admin Trojan (RATS), Rootkits, Spyware, Trap Door, Virus and Worm
Memory Installation
Microsoft Update Crashes, Failures & Not Functioning
Missing Drivers
Networking: Secure Wireless Network
PC Tune-Ups
Power Button Replacement
Power Supply Replacement
Printer Installation
Recover Deleted Files
Reformat Hard Drive and Operating Software Installation
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Software Operating Troubleshooting, Installation & Upgrades
Virus Removal: Back Door, Bots, Dialer, Keylogger, Logic Bomb, Phishing, Malware, Remote Admin Trojans (Rats), Rootkits, Spyware, Trap Door, Trojans and Worm
Web Design and Site Maintenance
Wi-Fi Card Replacement
Wireless Printer Installation
Windows 8, 10 and Apple Tutorial

What's New

  • Attacks on retirement accounts rising. “Hackers are finding it’s getting harder to hack bank accounts, so they’re saying where else is there more money? Where can we go? And they’ve started to discover 401 accounts, they’ve started to...  more
    401(k), retirement accounts targeted online, and money not guaranteed
  • “An extraordinarily serious security vulnerability" in a core cryptographic component that is present in Windows 10. Before you take a deep breath and relax because you're still using Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows XP, that same crypto component is...  more
    New Windows 10 ‘Extraordinarily Serious’ Security Warning For 900 Million Users
  • If you still have a Windows 7 Computer running, don’t use any Microsoft related Programs such as Office, Outlook etc as there will NOT be any more security updates. Only use 3rd Party Programs Only with a good Antivirus & AntiSpyware Program. ...  more
  • They suggest that Apple will sell close to 195 million iPhones in fiscal 2020. That would bring the total number of iPhones sold since launch to around 1.9 billion units. Provided that they are talking about Apple’s fiscal 2020, which ends in...  more
    Apple closing in on its 2 billionth iPhone sale | Cult of Mac
    • Roger Koo
      Mark Garlington Got to make those little fuckers in the sweat shops work harder, get to that 2 billion then start working on the third! You can hear the bosses now, "No talk, no rest, make phone!"
      • Jan 9
  • In a post on its developer page Thursday, Apple outlined the bounty categories which include bugs in the iCloud, device attacks via physical access, network attacks with user interaction and more. The maximum payouts range from $100,000 to $1 million. ...  more
    Apple will pay you $100,000 if you find a bug in iCloud
    • Roger Koo
      Angela St. John I worked for a software company for several years and they always ship software with bugs in them. They get their free bug notices from their users, that's when they release a new version to update their software.
      • December 20, 2019
  • Facebook sent a letter to two US senators which contained the admission.
    It can piece together a person's location based on various available information.
    Facebook says there are many advantages to knowing where people are.
    Tagged pictures, IP...  more
    Facebook says it can locate users who opt out of tracking | Daily Mail Online
  • Just Launched Wyze Lock. Unlocks and locks automatically. Wyze Lock knows when you arrive home and automatically unlocks as you approach the door. Once inside, Wyze Lock detects when the door is closed and automatically locks behind you.
    As an IT person,...  more
    Learn more about Wyze Lock: Shop Wyze products now: We only have a limited amount of Locks for our Early Access users. Full public launch coming in February 2020. Connect with us on social medi...
    • Donna Masterson reacted on this.
    • Roger Koo
      Jim Ryan How much and what kind of information can be gleaned by such companies? Always look at what can happen in front of you, as well as behind you.
      • December 3, 2019
  • Twitter and Facebook have confirmed millions of users may have had their personal information compromised by malicious software hidden in third-party Android apps. This includes names, genders, emails, usernames, and potentially people's last tweets.
    ...  more
    Millions of Twitter and Facebook users may have had their personal information compromised
    • Roger Koo
      fran larson "May have?" they're both run by commies. DEFINITELY compromised. It's how they work.
    • Roger Koo
      Mrs. Coon Well I am safe, I have been banned for life from both. I guess the benefits of telling people the whole truth without sugar.
  • The Cupertino tech giant has revamped its privacy page with an incredible amount of detail about its various data policies.
    But while many users probably skimmed that page, there are likely quite a few interesting tidbits that the average reader might...  more
    9 Hidden Ways Apple Protects Your Privacy Revealed
  • Here's the next jumbo data leak, complete with Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn profiles. In October, dark web researcher Vinny Troia found one such trove sitting exposed and easily accessible on an unsecured server, comprising 4 terabytes of personal...  more
    1.2 Billion Records Found Exposed Online in a Single Server  | WIRED
  • The database belongs to Gekko Group, a subsidiary of France-based AccorHotels, Europe's largest hospitality company. The database has information on hundreds of thousands of travelers, including credit card numbers, names and addresses.
    ...  more
    Exposed database left terabyte of travelers' data open to the public - CNET
  • There are vulnerabilities in several Android devices, including Google's Pixel line and Samsung's Galaxy series. The security flaws would have allowed attackers to take photos and videos on the devices without people knowing, or to eavesdrop or do...  more
    Google Assistant on Android devices could be tricked into taking photos, videos - CNET
  • Security research firm Kryptowire has again exposed a hive of potentially malicious activity by preinstalled apps on cheaply produced Android phones. In research funded by the US Department of Homeland Security, the firm found apps secretly recording...  more
    Android users beware: 146 bugs found in preinstalled apps - CNET
  • A new malware variant with a low detection rate able to deliver multiple Trojans to infected windows systems has been disclosed by researchers. ...  more
  • iOS Facebook app activating the iPhone camera while scrolling his feed. He found the same issue on five separate devices, with others able to replicate. The same issue does not appear to be present in the Android app. ...  more
    iOS Facebook app 'secretly using camera' while scrolling feed; likely a bug - 9to5Mac
  • The data pertains to Ascension patients across 21 states, who were unaware of the arrangement. The data shared includes lab results, diagnoses, hospitalization records, and personal information.
    Patients were not informed of the data-sharing agreement,...  more
    Google was allegedly collecting millions of Americans' healthcare data | iMore
  • China is a Cashless Society. Don’t go as a Tourist as your Credit Cards or Cash will not work! You can’t use Ali Pay or Wechat Pay as they are attached to Chinese Bank Only!
    ...  more
    Welcome to China. You Probably Can’t Buy Anything, Though.        - WSJ
  • More than 500,000 vulnerable Windows systems remaining unpatched, Microsoft has now added considerable weight to this warning. "While there have been no other verified attacks involving ransomware or other types of malware as of this writing, the...  more
    • Ivan Salmons reacted on this.
    • Roger Koo
      Ivan Salmons It's not really about fixing security issues, it's all about data collection on the end users
      • November 8, 2019