They made a house call to my friend claiming to be a Microsoft partner saying they’ve been receiving reports that my computer is having problems. My friend gave them remote access to her computer. As the "Microsoft technician" was running a "scan" with their software, she called me and I told her to immediately disconnect the "technician" and turn off her computer, which she did. She turned it back on and the computer prompted for a password to start up. We tried "1234," and it worked. We restored the system and no money nor sensitive data was stolen.
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