CC Communications News
Community donates gifts, money to help local families in need.
The Churchill Entrepreneurial Development Association presented its 2021 awards to individuals who made a difference in Churchill County not only during the year but also during a lifetime of service.
Read about how CC Communications is helping out community with seeking donations for Toys for Tots and the Wishing Tree.
If you weren’t aware, yesterday an older, widely-used root certificate issued by Let’s Encrypt expired. This expiration has affected users of older devices and software that do not automatically update their certificates. These users may now see security warnings when accessing millions of websites and applications.
As previously communicated, CC Communications suffered a catastrophic email server failure. The new email server has been built, and the vast majority of users have been able to access email since Friday April 16th. We understand the inconvenience this has caused some customers, and we have been working diligently to migrate email boxes to the new server.
CC Communications is Moving – Winter 2021 CC Communications is in the progress of constructing new facilities at 899 S. Maine Street. Once complete, employees located at 1750 W. Williams, the Customer Service Center, will move to 899 S. Maine Street.
CC Communications shares your concerns about the potential for COVID-19 transmission within our community, and this is especially true when it comes to our friends and family who are most at risk of experiencing severe symptoms. While ensuring continued network availability is of the utmost concern, the safety of our customers and employees comes first.
On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will stop issuing security updates for Windows 7 which means you will no longer receive support for your Windows 7 device(s).
The Windows 10 update scheduled for Tuesday — October 9, 2018 has been put on hold after users reported that the Windows 10 v1809 had deleted files on their computers.
If you receive a phone call from someone identifying themselves as a CC Communications employee and they state our (CC Communications) contract with our long distance provider is going to expire and you need to change your long distance to this new company – this is a SCAM.
The oldest current version of Windows 10 is version 1703. This does not mean Windows 10 will be ending anytime soon. The way Microsoft now verifies which update was the latest installed is with a version number.
Phone calls, popup ads and web pages that cannot be closed are common examples of scams that are trying to steal your money.
It was all over the major press. The Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia has confirmed that several local government systems are currently down due to a ransomware infection.
If you have put off updating Windows 10 for the past 18 months, it is now time to update
Meltdown and Spectre are flaws in almost all CPU chips that could expose data on your computer to hackers. The unique nature of this security issue is that it is hardware related as opposed to software related; however, it still requires malware to exploit the flaw in the chip.
Over the past 24-48 hours there have been multiple reports of a new ransomware outbreak that initiated in Europe and has spread to the United States. Learn what you can do to help protect you and everyone in your network.
Don’t share your Internet bandwidth with your neighborhood. Cable Internet slows down as more people in an area use it. With CC Communications High Speed Internet Service enjoy unrestricted access to the internet.
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CC Communications warns the general public that they are seeing an increase in malicious content and websites pretending to have Super Bowl Sunday related content to trick users into downloading malware or falling victim to a phishing scam.