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Announcement: PC Computer Repairs NYC

Computer Repair, Maintenace, Installation, Web Design and Tech Support – New York City, NY

When it comes to servicing your computer, we strive to provide business and home MAC and PC users in NYC Manhattan and Brooklyn with a service oriented experience. All of our service professionals are Microsoft Certified MCPs. We provide small business to medium business, home, house calls, onsite and off site dropoff computer repair NYC.

For small businesses the experts at b4computers can:

  • Setup Microsoft Windows Server domain and workgroup networks
  • Repair Microsoft Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012 operating systems
  • Setup, upgrade and repair Dell, HP, IBM, Lenovo and other servers
  • Provide secure internet access through a VPN LAN
  • Setup a business network with domain configured windows server environment

For business and home the experts at b4computers can:

  • Perform the service and repair at your business, home, or you can come to us
  • Fix problems encountered with all standard hardware and software for server, desktop, tower, laptop, notebook, and netbook.
  • Provide service to install, Windows upgrade and repair for Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.
  • We repair and are experienced with all manufacturers such as Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Sony, IBM, ThinkPad, Vaio, Toshiba, Mac, Macbook, Macbook Pro, iMac and others.
  • Upgrade and repair laptop, desktop and tower computers
  • Repair cracked laptop screen, dim or flickering LCD screens for laptops and LCD monitors
  • Update your operating system with fixes, drivers, and security updates
  • Train you on how to operate your computers and keep them updated so you encounter fewer problems
  • Computer hardware and software upgrade advice
  • Configure the software to enable us to service your computers remotely
  • Setup secure and encrypted wireless networks
  • Extend wireless networks to reach all rooms and spaces
  • Service your computers with privacy and confidentiality in mind
  • Hard drive data recovery

We do not sell any parts directly to the client. Parts can be purchased by the client or we can purchase it for you to perform the repair. What it costs us to acquire the part is what you pay.

Onsite in home PC computer repair service is at $75 per hour plus parking if applicable.
Onsite business workstation and server computer repair service is at $90 per hour plus parking if applicable.

Contact: Peter Coach  631-965-5110


Virus removal NYC, Malware removal  Manhattan, Adware Removal Brooklyn

In the early age of computers viruses would try to display a message on your screen, delete your files and break the operating system. Now most viruses are trying to make money off of you. They do this with

Google ads that either you click on or they get paid simply showing the ad. We can remove the virus and repair your computer so its safe to use and with restored performance. You can get a virus from an email attachment, adobe flash, java, website and programs you download. We provide virus removal services in Manhattan Brooklyn New York. We can provide this service at your business and home or you can drop off your computer in New York City.

There are many types of computer viruses:

Boot sector virus – Infects your hard drive and works in the background.

Browser Hijacker –
Infects Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome redirects the page you want to visit to an advertisement website page. When you search on Google changes the search result with new links that redirects to ads. Changes your home page to a fake search page. It also can display pop ups

Polymorphic Virus – Evades antivirus utilities by changing its own program to prevent detection.

Resident Virus – Loads a side virus that restores the main virus when deleted

Rootkit Virus – Invisible virus that hides and runs in the background

Trojan Virus – Gets installed when loading a program or utility you want

Keylogger Virus – Records your passwords and sends them back to virus creator

Ransomware – Stops you from using your computer until you pay with a green dot MoneyPak. This shows up in many forms like the FBI computer virus

Worm – Is a virus program that copies and multiplies itself by using computer networks

Fake Antivirus – Logos and images look almost like the real thing. They run a fake scan then displays a result page of all the viruses it found. Then asks you to purchase the program to remove them.

Spyware / Adware – tracking and storing Internet users’ movements on the Web and serving up pop-up ads to Internet users.

If you would like more information on all the different types of viruses out there click below.

Terms & Regulations

Our schedule changes daily, depending on other clients, traffic conditions and public transportation. You should allow us a one hour margin from your appointed time. If we schedule for 5:00pm, we might arrive as late as 6:00pm, but we always try our best to be punctual

Time = Money
When your technician comes over, please remember that time is money. Although we work very fast, we are not psychic and can never be 100% sure how much time a certain task could take. The charge is by an hourly rate, even if it takes 4 hours to do something you thought would take only 2 hours.

One Hour Minimum
The first charge is always for arriving/traveling and the first hour of work. Even if your problem is fixed after 9 minutes, you will still have to pay for the entire hour. After the first hour, charges will be made for parts of an hour (for example, 2 hours and 10 minutes).

We accept cash or checks (with a preference for cash). If you are a business, we can invoice you, and set up a time to be paid. For remote/online service, we accept payment through or Google Checkout.

Coverage Area
Since this is New York, most of our traveling takes place on public transportation, which means that if you live too far from the city, there will be an extra charge for the first hour (the hour that includes the traveling fee).

Contact: Peter Coach  631-965-5110




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Five Easy Ways You Could Have Made $1 Million Trading Crypto

Over the last few days, I’ve been tracking a handful of alt-coins that I think could be the next 1,000% winner.

Today, I narrowed it down to just two coins. 

Which means that sometime within the next 24 hours, I’m going to give you the final buy signal.

The second I decide to give that signal, I’ll send you a video showing you everything you need to know – from my research to exactly how to place the trade recommendation using real money. 

While we’re waiting for that perfect window, however, I want to show you something incredible…

With less than $1,700, any one of these coins could have made you a millionaire:

Invest $1,618 in DigitalNote on April 14, 2017 at $0.000157. Sell on January 6, 2018 at $0.097 Total Return: $1 million.

Invest $1,500 in MonaCoin on January 14th at $0.024766. Sell on December 7th, at $17.34. Total Return: $1.050 million.

Invest $900 into PIVX on February 2, 2017 at $0.012661. Sell on January 10, 2018 at $14.20. Total Return: $1.009 million.

Invest $623 in ReddCoin on January 26, 2017 at $ 0.000018. Sell January 7, 2018 at $0.028975. Total Return: $1.002 million.

Invest just $383 in Experience Points on July 13, 2017 at $0.000002. Sell on January 5, 2018 at $0.00525. Total Return: $1 million.

Now, I can’t guarantee anyone will see returns that big this year – no one can.

Those were five of the most exceptional trades you could have made within the past year.

But the fact remains that the crypto market is the only place on earth where you have a shot of starting with chump change and walking away a millionaire.

Stay tuned. Sometime in the next 24 hours, I’m going to release my FREE crypto recommendation at

Head there now to sign up for my VIP contact list, and I’ll send you a text message as soon as my pick goes live. 

To your profits,

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USI Tech Review – Safe Bitcoin Crypto Mining, Investing & Trading MLM?

This process, combined with the “guaranteed” returns, has led many people to call USI Tech a Ponzi scheme, however to date (October 2017) the company has shown a consistent and steady record for paying commissions on time every …

What the claim to fame seems to be is an enhanced internal proprietary trading software supplemented with a third-party trade signaling algorithm of sorts with rapidly revolving and updating technology to create profits from the fluctuations and volatile bitcoin market. By now, anyone who has been around bitcoin knows a few dips and swings of hundreds of dollars is not abnormal in the slightest. What we do know is in these constantly moving meters within the cryptocoin market, there are a great deal of micromanaging going on by traders, investors and miners from all over the world.

Initially, the company’s platform offered forex trading for those who wanted to earn a passive income without years of trading knowledge and experience. Since March 2017, USI Tech has made huge headlines throughout the bitcoin community for its low-level entry point in investing bitcoin into USI’s bitcoin trading and cryptocurrency mining connections.

USI Tech is far from your ordinary automatic currency trading platform, as it combines automated trading with an MLM matrix. USI-Tech operates as a multilevel network marketing company and thus why it draws all of the associations with being a pyramid scheme right out of the gate. As we mentioned in the USI introduction, users are essentially guaranteed to earn bitcoin on their investments and can be rewarded with bonuses up to 12 levels deep for recruiting new customers who also want to join and invest to earn more bitcoin.

This process, combined with the “guaranteed” returns, has led many people to call USI Tech a Ponzi scheme, however to date (October 2017) the company has shown a consistent and steady record for paying commissions on time every single day for what it is worth.

You can take a look at the USI Tech presentation and join for free:

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My Crypto Millionaire Friends Reveal Their Secrets To Making Money From The Biggest Exchange of Wealth In History


“If you’re relying on mass media with Bitcoin news, it’s already too late, it’s better to learn from people who know how to build life-changing fortunes from crypto … it’ll minimize your risk.”

– Tai Lopez, Knowledge Society

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Dear Knowledge Society Reader,

Imagine if you got into crypto earlier this year…

Think of the money you could have made.

If you put $100 into these cryptos on January 1st, you could’ve earned:

– 1,275% from Bitcoin (profit: $1,275)
– 8,374.44% from Stellar (profit: $8,374.44)
– 10,201.08% from Dash (profit: $10,201.08)

That’s a total of $19,850.52.

From just $300!

And if you spent $3,000 before the 2017 crypto boom…

Right now you’d have a whooping $200,000.

The next generation will call what’s happening today the biggest exchange of wealth…


And if you’re sitting on the fence…

It could be the biggest regret you’ll have for the rest of your life…

To turn an extra $100 a month into 5 figures a year…

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If you’ve been following the free insights we’re sharing on my podcast or social media, you’re already be ahead of the rest.

On this page, I’ll dive even deeper.

But before I continue, I must be clear:

NONE of what I’m saying is guaranteed.

Crypto is a risk — you can lose some (or all) of your money.

My advice is to never risk more than you’d be willing to lose.

But when you learn from experts, just ONE trade can earn you entire year’s salary!

If you’re thinking 2017 was the peek…

And there’s no more money to be made, then 2018 will surprise you.

This is why.

It’s predicted crypto will grow even bigger in 2018.

The reason why is because 2018 is when the NYSE will start listing Bitcoin ETSs.

This means they’ll become even more accepted by the public.

It’ll change things big time.

Because right now only a small handful of people know about crypto.

The public reads about it in the news, but they’re NOT using it yet.

Expect this to change throughout 2018.

By getting ahead of time, you can make some serious money.

For example, let’s look at the beginning of 2017.

When Bitcoin was trading at $996.34.

But by the end of December, it was at this amount.

It’s now fluctuating between $13,000 and $19,000.

That’s an increase of at least 1,300%…

In ONE year!

Once Bitcoin is listed on the NYSE, we’ll see even more money being exchanged in the cryptocurrency market.

Which means the price will most likely go up.

Some say that all the money in Bitcoin has already been made.

They’re kind of right.

Yes, it’s true a quick fortune was possible in 2017…

And Bitcoin will likely never dip to $900 again.

Most people aren’t seeing the bigger picture.

Once the public is more accepting of Bitcoin…

It will be even harder for you to make a fortune from it moving forward.

If you feel like it’s too late, don’t worry…

Here’s why.

As crypto grows in 2018, we’ll see bunch of “lesser-known” cryptos pop up.

These smaller cryptos will be brand new to the market.

And because they will start selling at LESS than a penny…

They could potentially turn you into a millionaire.

Sound too good to be true?

You’re right to think so.

But here’s the thing…

It already happened in 2017!

How You Could’ve Turned $100 Into $1,000,000 In 2017

Here’s an example of one coin in 2017 that had an ROI of 1,170,979%!


You read that right.

The coin is called Verge (XVG).

On January 1st, 2017, VERGE (XVG) was trading at $0.000019.

And as of today — December 24, 2017 –, it was trading at $0.222505.
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Krack Attack: Security Issue Puts Every Wi-Fi Connection at Risk

Krack Attack: Security Flaw Puts Every Wi-Fi Connection at Risk

Thanks to a newly discovered security flaw, your home Wi-Fi is completely hackable, giving cyber thieves a front row seat to everything from your private chats to your baby monitor. And there’s not much you can do about it — yet.

“When I woke up this morning and saw this one, I was taken aback,” Bob Rudis, chief data scientist at Rapid7, a security data and analytics company, told RENBC News. “We try to make sure if something is talked about in a bad way, it actually is bad.”

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Users can protect themselves against a “Krack Attack” by making sure their smartphone and laptop are up to date with the latest patches. JGI/Tom Grill / Getty Images

Called Krack, the attack takes advantage of the four-way handshake, a process between a device and a router that has been around for 14 years and is designed to deliver a fresh, encrypted session each time you get online.

During the third step in the process, hackers can resend a key in such a way that it resets the encryption key to zero. Encryption is the process that makes your data uncrackable to anyone who might intercept it.

With an unencrypted session, hackers are then free to pry on whatever you and your devices are doing on Wi-Fi.

“The one saving grace is the attackers need to be within range of Wi-Fi networks,” said Rudis. “But someone can sit outside your office or the apartment next door and do this attack from there.”

Related: Could Europe Teach the U.S. a Lesson About Cyber Regulation?

The Krack attack was discovered by researchers Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens of KU Leuven in Belgium and was revealed on Monday.

It’s a common practice in the security world to notify vendors of an exploit before it is publicly released. On their website, the researchers said they notified vendors of the products they tested on July 14. After realizing they were dealing with a protocol weakness instead of a set of bugs, the duo alerted the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT), who began contacting vendors in August.

CERT disclosed the exploit on Monday and included a list of vendors, when they were notified, and whether they are affected. As of Monday afternoon, many were listed as “unknown.”

It’s difficult to determine if any cyber criminals have used the exploit “in the wild” or are currently using it, the researchers said on their website. A demo video showed how they were able to use the attack to hack into an Android 6.0 smartphone.

Google, which develops the Android operating system, is aware of the issue and “will be patching any affected devices in the coming weeks,” a spokesperson said.

Robert Siciliano, CEO of, told NBC News “it’s hard, if not impossible to say” if this attack has ever been used. However, given the amount of time the four-way handshake has been around, he believes it’s possible someone has used it.

“This vulnerability has been in existence, some say, for up to 14 years — which means that it’s entirely possible someone has already determined this flaw in the past and has exploited it,” he said.

How to Protect Yourself

Fixing such a gaping problem with Wi-Fi protocol is going to require making sure your smartphone and laptop are up to date with the latest patches.

You’ll also want to check for any firmware updates to your wireless router. If you’re using equipment provided by your internet service provider, Rudis recommends checking with the company for the latest information on updates. If you own your router, you’ll want to check to make sure you’ve downloaded any patches.

Since virtually every device in the world that uses Wi-Fi is vulnerable, he said it’s crucial to stay on top of updates.

“I think most manufacturers will have patches soon,” Rudis said. “But if you don’t see a patch for your home network equipment in at least a week, you should get a new Wi-Fi access point for your house.”

While part of the solution is in the hands of vendors, home users can protect themselves now by using a “virally important” tool called a VPN — a virtual private network.

A quick Google search will lead to some VPN options, which range from free to a few dollars per month. IPVanish VPN and Private Internet Access VPN are two popular choices.

“The minute you do that, you negate this vulnerability,” Rudis said. Hackers might still be able to capture your packets — but they won’t be able to break the security.

You can also safely browse at HTTPS sites; however, that will require every link, photo, and anything else on the page to also have a secure domain, Rudis said, calling it “virtually impossible to do.”

There seems to be a new vulnerability being exposed every day, bolstering the need for more resources to go toward fighting a cyber threat that continues to grow exponentially.

One in 131 emails sent last year contained malware, marking the highest rate in five years, according to a report from Symantec.

The growing threat is costing companies — and consumers — big bucks.

Cyber security spending is expected to top $1 trillion between 2017 and 2021, according to Cybersecurity Ventures, and that’s largely fueled by the growing number of hacking threats.

The disclosure on Monday was one of the more troubling ones in recent times for security experts, though they also stressed it’s inevitable.

“Think of anything mechanical, even think of food,” Siciliano told NBC News. “Occasionally you see a recall because an airbag is hurting people or because brakes aren’t working because the design was flawed… Nothing will ever be perfect.”

What can you do to secure your data?

The fact that almost every device in almost every Wi-Fi network is vulnerable to KRACK sounds quite scary, but — like pretty much any other type of attack — this one is not the end of the world. Here are a couple of tips on how to stay safe from KRACK attacks in case anyone decides to use them against you.

  • Always check to make sure there’s a green lock icon in the address bar of your browser. That lock indicates that an HTTPS (encrypted and therefore secure) connection to this particular website is being used. If someone attempts to use SSLstrip against you, the browser will be forced to use HTTP versions of websites, and the lock will disappear. If the lock is in place, your connection is still secure.
  • The researchers warned some network appliance manufacturers (including the Wi-Fi Alliance, which is responsible for standardizing the protocols) in advance of releasing their paper, so most of them have to be in the process of issuing firmware updates that can fix the issue with key reinstallation. So check if there are fresh firmware updates for your devices and install them as soon as possible.
  • You can secure your connection using a VPN, which adds another layer of encryption to the data transferred from your device. You can read more on what a VPN is and how to choose one, or grab Kaspersky Secure Connection right away.

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New computer virus spreads from Ukraine to disrupt world business | Article [AMP] | Reuters

New computer virus spreads from Ukraine to disrupt world business

Jun 28, 2017 | 01:18

Cyber attack continues its destructive world tour

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By Eric Auchard, Jack Stubbs and Alessandra Prentice | FRANKFURT/MOSCOW/KIEV

(Reuters) – A new cyber virus spread from Ukraine to wreak havoc around the globe on Wednesday, crippling thousands of computers, disrupting ports from Mumbai to Los Angeles and halting production at a chocolate factory in Australia.
The virus is believed to have first taken hold on Tuesday in Ukraine where it silently infected computers after users downloaded a popular tax accounting package or visited a local news site, national police and international cyber experts said.
More than a day after it first struck, companies around the world were still wrestling with the fallout while cyber security experts scrambled to find a way to stem the spread.
Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk (MAERSKb.CO) said it was struggling to process orders and shift cargoes, congesting some of the 76 ports around the world run by its APM Terminals subsidiary.
U.S. delivery firm FedEx Corp (FDX.N) said its TNT Express division had been significantly affected by the virus, which also wormed its way into South America, affecting ports in Argentina operated by China’s Cofco.
The malicious code locked machines and demanded victims post a ransom worth $300 in bitcoins or lose their data entirely, similar to the extortion tactic used in the global WannaCry ransomware attack in May.
More than 30 victims paid up but security experts are questioning whether extortion was the goal, given the relatively small sum demanded, or whether the hackers were driven by destructive motives rather than financial gain.
Hackers asked victims to notify them by email when ransoms had been paid but German email provider Posteo quickly shut down the address, a German government cyber security official said.
Ukraine, the epicenter of the cyber strike, has repeatedly accused Russia of orchestrating attacks on its computer systems and critical power infrastructure since its powerful neighbor annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea in 2014.
The Kremlin, which has consistently rejected the accusations, said on Wednesday it had no information about the origin of the global cyber attack, which also struck Russian companies such as oil giant Rosneft (ROSN.MM) and a steelmaker.
“No one can effectively combat cyber threats on their own, and, unfortunately, unfounded blanket accusations will not solve this problem,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
ESET, a Slovakian company that sells products to shield computers from viruses, said 80 percent of the infections detected among its global customer base were in Ukraine, with Italy second hardest hit with about 10 percent.

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