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Do you need a local computer repairs company in Perth? AAA Mobile Computer Repair provide on-site computer repairs along with computer support to homes and businesses throughout the Perth region, Whatever your technical support needs are, our fully qualified computer service technicians are just a phone call away. From computer setup to computer tune-up, we can fix a huge variety of issues. Check out our Google reviews and 5 star rating to be sure before you call.

AAA services all major devices including PCs, laptops, Desktops, and even Pads. Our computer technicians are also experienced with major technology brands such as Dell, Samsung, Toshiba, and more. Besides local computer repairs, the Perth computer repair technicians specialise in computer virus removal, data recovery, network security as well as new device setup. Days, evenings, even weekends, AAA is a service born and bred in Perth. We are your family and friends, delivering skilled technical support at your convenience. With no hidden costs and fixed prices.

AAA Mobile Computer Repair is a bussiness PC repairs as well as general home computer services in Perth. So why suffer with internet connectivity issues, Our skilled IT technicians are on call in Perth for all your home PC repairs needs. Whether you’re having issues with internet connectivity or email setup, make AAA Mobile Computer Repairs your first call. Call 0405 527 932 and keep it local!

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Computer Security

These are 5 security tips that you can follow to stay safe online:

  1. Use two-factor authentication whenever possible.

Two-factor authentication adds another layer of security when logging into a website or other service, be it e-mail, banking, or other websites.  Some websites, such as Google, will text you a code when you login to verify your identity, while others have small devices that you can carry around to generate the code.  Authenticator apps are also available on all major smartphone platforms. Other types of two-factor authentication do exist as well, so look in the settings of your banking, shopping, and e-mail hosts for the option.

  1. Signup for login notifications

This security layer is often used in place of two-factor authentication, including by websites such as Facebook.  If your account is accessed from an unfamiliar location, a notification is sent via e-mail, app, or text-message to the account holder.  This is a great layer of security that offers you on-the-go protection.  This feature, if offered, can usually be found in the security settings of the website, such as banking and social media, you are accessing.

  1. Use a secure password

We have all signed up for some website with a basic password, thinking there is no way that someone would want to hack our account.  But that may not be the case.  Setting an easy password on one website often leads to that password being used across many websites.  The easier you make it for a thief to brute-force access your account, the more likely you are to have your other accounts hacked.  By establishing a mixture of characters, numbers, and letters into a password, recommended to be 10 characters or more, you add a high level of difficulty for any brute-force password theft.

  1. Change your passwords regularly

There is a reason your office requires regular password changes for your e-mail.  Even if your password is compromised, by changing it regularly across all your accounts, you remove the chance of your account being accessed. A pro-tip would be to set a reminder for every 90 days on your calendar with a link to all your accounts settings pages. It makes it easiest to click through and make the changes regularly.

  1. Only access your accounts from secure locations

It might only be 30 seconds of access to your bank account on that free WiFi at the coffee shop, but if the network has been compromised, that is more than enough time to collect all the data needed for a thief. While the convenience factor is there, if you must access the accounts, you might want to look into a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to ensure an encrypted connection to your home or work network.