The best tech gifts are the ones that protect your precious devices from curses and vicious attacks. We provide all you need to know to keep your devices safe, including:
• Protective cases against curses, black magic and evil spirits
• Spiritual cleansing rituals for your phone, tablet, laptop and other devices
• Talismans, charms and amulets to ward off hexes
• How to create a magical seal around your device to block dark energy
• Tips for protecting yourself on social media
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If you love technology and want to protect your devices from evil curses, this is the place for you. Here you’ll find useful tips on how to handle devices, so that they won’t explode in your face. We receive many emails asking how to save their devices from witchcraft and voodoo, so we decided to create a blog about it.
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We live in the digital world where we have many valuable things stored in our laptops and computers. For example, our bank account information and passwords are all saved in our devices. We rely on our smartphones and laptops to get us through the day. These devices have become an inevitable part of our lives.
It is also very important to keep your tech devices protected against hackers, thieves, and curses.
There are many cases where people have lost their devices due to theft or even being cursed. Yes! You heard it right, I said cursed! Often times people do not realize that they are being attacked by black magic or voodoo spells.
Though these cases are rare, you still need to be aware of such possibilities. Here are a few tips for how you can protect your computer from being hacked or stolen:
1- Do not leave your device unattended in public places like coffee shops or shopping malls where there are a lot of people around.
2- Buy a protective case for your laptop and make sure you lock it whenever you leave it somewhere.
3- Do not save your passwords on any website that is not secure (https://).
4- Make sure you keep all your software up to date so hackers cannot find vulnerabilities in them.
You’ve worked hard to get your devices where they are today. You’ve spent late nights and early mornings working on that little ole device. It’s finally starting to pay off! Your device is growing in popularity and people are just dying to get their hands on it! Then it happens. A device gets stolen. And you don’t have the right insurance plan to protect it.
How do you know if your device has been cursed?
First, check your devices to see if they’re still working normally. If they’re not, you’ll want to call a professional immediately.
Second, look for any signs of injury or trauma. If you see blood or water on your device, these are signs of damage and should be treated immediately.
Third, listen for any unusual sounds coming from your device. If you hear a “buzzing” noise, this could indicate a problem with the power supply or battery of the device.
Lastly, look for any signs of physical damage to the case of the device. Cracks in the case or chips in the paint can mean that there is an internal problem with the device itself and needs immediate attention.
What is the best way to protect your devices from curses?
Curses are not just for Halloween anymore. The internet is teaming with curses that are specifically targeting your devices, so it is more important than ever to protect yourself from them.
The first step in protecting your devices from curses is to understand what they look like. A curse can materialize in many different ways, and one of the most common forms of a curse is a “virus.” Viruses are malicious programs that are designed to spread themselves through a network, and the only way to effectively fight these viruses is to install an antivirus program on your computer.
Antivirus programs will scan your computer for any suspicious programs, and then quarantine or remove them before they can do any damage. If you are concerned about viruses, you should make sure you have an up-to-date antivirus program installed on your computer. You can find a list of recommended antivirus programs here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_antivirus_software
Another common form of a curse is a “hacker attack.” Hackers will try to gain access to your computer by exploiting weaknesses in the software you use, or by tricking you into giving them access to
I have a confession to make. I am notorious for dropping tech.
I’ve had many devices that have met their untimely end at my hands. The worst was dropping my phone off the 21st floor of an apartment building. It was so painful to watch it fly in slow motion away from me, hit the ground and shatter into many pieces. I mean, it was like watching your pet dog get run over by a car, only worse because your dog doesn’t cost hundreds of dollars and hold all of your pictures, music and contacts.
It’s a tragedy in three acts: the drop (first act), the shattering glass (second act) and the screeching halt to my daily life as I try to find a replacement device (third act). What’s worse is that when you drop a device on the ground, you feel like you’re cursed too. You might as well be wearing a sign that says “drop me” on it. It’s like you’re doomed to a future of dropping devices forevermore!
We all have that one person in our lives who believes that technology is basically a curse on civilization. They are convinced that their phone is listening and spying on them, their laptop has some form of virus and their computer is casting spells on them. Whenever something goes wrong with their device, they automatically assume it is the machine’s fault rather than a user error and they blame it on the technology itself.
This is most likely your parent or grandparent…and if you’re lucky enough to have a cool grandparent, then he/she will be reading this blog as well!
Now if you know someone like this, we think it’s important to help them become more comfortable with using their devices. This will give them an opportunity to learn new things, stay connected with friends and family, and reduce the amount of stress that comes from trying to use technology!
So how do you help your loved ones overcome their fear of tech? We’ve put together a few tips below:
1) Find out what kind of problems they have been having with their device(s). Is it something simple like not being able to find an app or do something specific within an application? Is there something more complex going wrong like viruses infecting everything from photos stored on their camera roll or