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That Computer Guy LLC


Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

That Computer Guy, LLC is open to serve you
at 3525A Patch St. in Stevens Point.

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That Computer Guy serves central Wisconsin for all your computer needs. Contact us for local service. We provide in shop and on site service, tailoring to your individual needs.

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Christmas and New Year's Holiday Hours

Our Holiday hours this season.
Dec. 22-23 - Open 8-5
Dec. 24, 25, 26 - Closed

Dec. 29-30 - Open 8-5
Dec. 31, Jan. 1, 2 - Closed

Merry Christmas from all of us at TCG!

That Computer Guy is proud to offer a new service, TCG Send It!, a secure file sharing platform, for FREE!

For a limited time, customers can sign up for our new Send It! service for free.  TCG Send It! is a service to easily send files up to 2 GB in size, encrypted and even password protected if you wish.

How it works

All communications with the service are encrypted using strong encryption protocols, including Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS).

In addition to mandatory use of secure communications channels while delivering files to and from the service, all files are encrypted using AES 256-bit encryption before being stored at the service. This provides security for data at rest as well as for data in motion.

Read more about the security of the system here

What are you waiting for?  Sign up today!

A significant flaw named the “Heartbleed Bug” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartbleed_bug) has been discovered and poses a large security threat to the internet as a whole. The Heartbleed bug is present in the software library OpenSSL which is used by many websites to privately send data to and from an internet server.

Fortunately, our servers were not affected by the Heartbleed bug when it was publicly disclosed. 

The Heartbleed bug has had a profound impact on the transmission of secure data throughout the Internet. It is for that reason that we are encouraging you, our customer, to reset your member area password at your earliest convenience as a matter of common password maintenance. Please remember to always make your passwords unique, random, and periodically rotate them. 

We encourage you to change your password, both on our website as well as any others that you use, as many services have been affected.

CNet compiled a list of popular websites as to whether they are vulnerable to the bug or not, and whether they have been patched or not.  They have also indicated whether a password change was recommended on those sites.  That good information is here:  http://www.cnet.com/news/which-sites-have-patched-the-heartbleed-bug/

This story is on going.  It is widespread.  It is reaching to firewalls, routers, possibly mobile phones, etc.  We have not heard the last of this vulnerability.  There are reports that it MAY not be as serious as first thought, but better safe than sorry.

You can also check websites you may visit regularly to see if they are vulnerable or patched by entering their domain name at the following site:  http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/


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Dusty and Nicole, Many thanks for going above and beyond the call of duty & getting our router operational by even making a house call. We highly recommend you guys to everyone. Thank you so much!
Carol and Dave Uden - 29 May 2012
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