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NCKCN NextGen 4G WiMAX Wireless Internet Access- NCKCN fixed 4G wireless Internet access in the Beloit, Belleville and Lincoln areas. Utilizing the latest in wireless 4G technology, NextGen is capable of video, gaming, and more. Sign up today.
Going Mobile or Traveling?- Need to get and send your NCKCN email on your mobile device or traveling? You can sign up for our NCKCN SMTPMobile service. This allows you to send your NCKCN email from anywhere in the world and from any device such as SmartPhones, iPads, iPhones, Androids or even when you are just traveling with your personal computer. Since you are outside the NCKCN system when you use these devices or are traveling, you cannot use the internal NCKCN system to send email, but NCKCN SMTPMobile service allows you to authenticate on your account and send. Simply fill out the NCKCN SMTPMobile Service request form. Look at our Settings page for details. We also offer Virtual Domain SMTPMobile service for Virtual Domain members so they can enjoy the benefits of sending from anywhere, on any email capable device as their own domain. Simply fill out the Virtual Domain SMTPMobile Service request form. **You must contact NCKCN if you wish to use the Secure SMTP Mobile Service prior to use.
NCKCN PreAuthorized Payment PDF Form Acrobat Reader-  Would you like to pay your NCKCN account conveniently? NCKCN offers monthly automatic withdraw for your monthly/yearly Internet Services. Please click on the link to download an Authorization form and follow the instructions. (Note, you must have a working PDF Reader installed.)

NCKCN EdgeWave Email Filtering

  • EdgeWave Email Filtering Personal Dashboard Login - Your EdgeWave Email Filtering login page.
  • EdgeWave Email Filtering Dashboard Demo - Great demo of the new EdgeWave Dashboard web interface
  • EdgeWave FAQ - Frequently Asked Question site. A great place to look for any answers.
  • - EdgeWave Spam submission address. Send spam as an attachment to this address just as you did with Postini. Note: You have to attach the entire email, not just forward it, so that the actual "under the hood" information about the spam gets delivered to EdgeWave. Here's a link for a great explanation and some specific instructions.

Webmail  - Our web-based interface for  email. Use the Webmail interface if you want to check, send or delete your email. You can also use the Webmail interface to set up any forwards, redirects or auto-responses. If you wish to use our old interface, it can be found here.

Our Tech Support is on-line. 1-877-841-6500 (NCKCN/CTC Members Only)

Security Alert – Petya Next-Generation Ransomware

The newest ransomware (malicious software that interferes with your computer's functioning and requires a ransom to restore it) is even more problematic than previous types, because it not only prevents access to your documents — it locks you out of your computer entirely. This file, called Petya, is typically transmitted via email. If you open the attachment, or follow the link, it begins running on your computer.

Once this happens, you'll see a series of things happening, including the Blue Screen of Death, the Windows Check Disk running, and a screen showing a skull and informing you of the ransom you have to pay to get your computer to function again. If you choose to pay the ransom, you'll have to use another computer to do it.

Fortunately, you have a couple of other options to try. Take your computer to an IT technician, who may be able to recover your system. Or, if possible, shut down your computer immediately when you see the Blue Screen of Death. At this point, you may still be able to salvage your files.

Of course, the best strategy is to prevent the file from infecting your computer in the first place. To do this, use standard malware prevention techniques:

  • Be wary of all email you receive, especially from people you don't know. Don't open any attachments from an unknown source and don't follow any links unless you know where they go.

  • Use complex, varied passwords and keep them private.

  • Only download software from known, trusted websites.

  • Keep your operating system, browser, and all applications up to date. Regularly install security patches and other updates.

  • Use an anti-virus and anti-malware application, and run it regularly to ensure continuous protection.

  • Perhaps most importantly, back up all your files regularly. Use a reliable offsite backup and recovery service..

While there is a lot of potential danger in computer and online use, there are also many steps you can take to protect yourself.


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This page last updated 04/29/16 11:42:02 AM
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