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Callers impersonate legitimate technical support companies to fool computer users into handing over their personal information or sending money.

How to spot scammers who pretend to be IRS officials to get you to send them money.

Are your friends and family getting emails from you that you didn't send? Or maybe you want to check your email, but you can't log in? Chances are your email's been hacked. Here’s what to do.

Can’t turn your computer on or off? Is it acting up, running slow, opening pages you didn't click, or displaying pop-ups constantly? There's a good chance your computer's been hacked or infected with a virus. Here’s what to do.

From tax forms to family photos, the files on your computer are valuable. If you don’t want to lose them, back them up, and practice good computer security habits to protect yourself from hackers and viruses.

This video shows how easy it is to start a conversation about scams and how to protect yourself from them.

This video shows how someone gets into trouble with an immigration consultant – and then out of trouble again.

This video shows some common money wiring scams, and what happens to some people who meet the scams.