Sounds idyllic to me
It's a good thing that they turned to you and you gave them that good advice. Every chance I get I try and educate and keep reducating my partner and her mum as well as my mum about these assholes. Luckily both the parents are older and don't own a computer or smart phone so that cuts the scamming opportunities to pretty much a phone call and they are both cantankerous enough to tell the scammers to go f*** themselveskgschlosser wrote: ↑Sun Sep 20, 2020 12:13 amThe mom of someone I know got this virus and fell for it, luckily his mom told him about it minutes after she had called them, he called me and told me about the screen she had seen. I told him to tell his mom to turn off the computer right away and to lock all of her bank accounts and credit cards. I told her to login from a machine she knows is safe and start changing as many passwords as she possibly can.
Over the next week the person had attempted to get into her accounts on more then one occasion. she could have lost everything she had. It shows that people do fall for these kinds of things all the time.
As I'm now finished this project I'm using EG for I'll hopefully be able to move to my next job and start to program something to use for my HTPC
As a sidenote but back on to EG. Is Python a hard language to learn and integrate with EG. I've seen some of the code that you have written for other users and I have to admire what you have done. I assume that this has come over many years of learning about coding and computer / windows operating systems
Looking at the documentation on the forum makes for a big eye opener to the newbie