#1. The easiest way to get someone’s password, is to ask
Human nature is such that we don’t want to offend someone, so out of an abundance of politeness, we often say yes when we want to say no.
This includes when someone asks for a password!
Hackers know this, so they will just straight-up ask you for it. They do this by sending a constant stream of email, texts and phone calls asking for your password. DO NOT GIVE IT TO THEM.
Any technician who is working on your equipment does not need your password. If they do, they will ask you to log in for them.
Never, ever disclose your password to anyone, for any reason.
This includes anyone from Decision1. The Decision1 team will NEVER ask for your password. The Decision1 technicians do not need your password to make changes to your computer. If they do require your login, they will ask you to login for them, while you are present.
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