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So a client calls and says he's got some spyware infections and he needs them removed. Says he called the number on his screen and they told him that his computer has been hacked 3 times and they give him the ip address of the hackers. Then they give him the physical street address right here in town of one of the hackers and pull up a picture on Google Maps of the house at that address.
The software giving him all of the (false) reports of spyware is Super Optimizer and the telephone number goes to a company called Adeeba E Services who claim to be a managed services provider. They gave him a whole spiel and may have given him the impression that they work with his ISP - not sure about that part.
I can handle the removal no problem but I'm curious as to why they would go to the lenghts of telling him the ip and physical address information. Do they just pick an address at random in the same town and say "this is your hacker"? Is this just part of drawing in the victim?

A:Super Optimizer - interesting phone call with Adeeba

That's a company in India....Adeeba E Services
 
I would think the reason for them supposedly giving the address of the 'hacker' is to impress your client and possibly to convince the client that they are working with his ISP
as the ISP would have to give them the actual address based only on the 'hacker's' IP address.
 
There are a lot of scammers out there trying to sucker in the less sophisticated with the exact same scam. Many get hooked into an unending automatic payment. 
Identifying the actual 'hacker' is a new twist to some of the scams I have seen.

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I just initialised my 1TB hard Drive (which is still empty) and wanted to call it D but the system suggested I call it E because other programs may wish to use the D that has been allocated to the Optical Drive.

So I left it at E.

Any particular reason why I can't go back in and change mechanical hard drive to D and the Optical Drive to E?

In passing, when I initialised the mechanical drive I set the Simple volume at less than the Basic figure shown and now have a tiny unallocated portion - do I just ignore it? (Never initialised before, so I guess it goes down to experience)

A:wanted to call it D but the system suggested I call it E

Hello Aurondium,

If you like, you certainly could safely change the drive letters around on the DVD and HDD to what you wanted.

Drive Letter - Add, Change, or Remove in Windows

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