About Marc Wannenmacher

Marc Wannenmacher Computer Specialist is an Australian owned business, providing mobile service and support for the home user and small business. This includes training, help desk services, supplying and updating systems, remote support. Marc is a Microsoft Certified Professional and Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator, he also holds the CompTIA A+ Certification and has also completed a Bachelor of Information Technology. Marc has lived on the Gold Coast for the past 40 years and as a local he understands the needs of Gold Coast based business.The business was established in 2000. It is our aim to supply you with fast, friendly and reliable service from a professional focused on your needs.

MWCS has been servicing Robina and the Gold Coast area for the past 16 years. For all Computer Repairs, Software, Hardware, Networking services, including data, security and websites contact us.

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🛑🛑Hey Guys I was just advised of a massive Cybersecurity Alert thanks to eway's Merchant gateway🆘🆘COVID-19 Scam AlertCOVID-19 Text MessagesThe Australian Government’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is aware of a COVID-19 themed scam is currently being distributed via mobile text messages. The text message appears to come from a ‘GOV’ sender and includes a hyperlink prompting you to find out where to ‘get tested in your geographical area’ for COVID-19 symptoms.The link in these messages is not legitimate. If clicked on, malicious software may be installed on your device, designed to obtain your banking details. COVID-19 WEBSITEAdditionally, researchers at Malwarebytes have discovered a malicious program embedded into a website. Corona-Virus-Map .com claims to provide an up-to-date coronavirus map similar to a legitimate graphic provided by John Hopkins university. However, this map is embedded with malware, designed to obtain usernames, passwords and credit card numbers saved in your browser cache. Cybercriminals are directing traffic towards the virtual map through email attachments, online advertising, social engineering and software vulnerabilities. What can you do?↝ If you receive one of these messages, delete the message and do not click on the link.↝ If you have received one of these messages and clicked the link, or you’re concerned your personal or banking details have been compromised, contact your financial institution immediately.↝ Do not click on links, attachments or meeting invitations from people or organisations you do not know.↝ Hover over links or email attachments to read the underlying URL. If it is not an address you recognise or trust, do not open any attachments or click the link. ... See MoreSee Less
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