toner pirates

Don't Let the Toner Pirates Win

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Imagine if Captain Jack Sparrow showed up at your office offering to sell you toner. Not only would it be cool --the guys want to be him and the gals want to date him. But then you'd know that a toner pirate had arrived at your office.

 

What Exactly is a Toner Pirate?

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Toner pirates cost businesses thousands of dollars each year. Is your business one of them? Don’t fret. In this blog, you will learn what a toner pirate is and how to avoid being a victim of toner pirates. But before we do, first things first:

How to Identify and Avoid Toner Pirates

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Toner scams are real. These scammers target businesses through toner. That's right, they  use your toner use against you. In fact, they're good at it. Toner fraud accounts for the loss of millions of dollars every year. Here's how to identify and avoid toner pirates.

 

Lifting the Eye-Patch: How to Recognize a Toner Pirate

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Life would be a whole lot easier if digital bad guys actually looked as devious as they are. Instead, these clever criminals convince you that they're on your side--and no one is quite as good at this scam as the infamous toner pirates. Here's what you need to know to lift the eye-patch and catch toner pirates red-handed (or red-hooked?).

 

3 Ways Toner Pirates Try to Board Your Ship

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Toner pirates, unlike their cinematic counterparts, aren't lovable mischief-makers or silver-tongued antiheroes. Instead, they're nothing but trouble--and if you don't want that trouble aboard your ship (or in your company), you'll need to know what to look out for. Here are three ways toner pirates try to board--and how to stop them in their peg-legged tracks!

 

How To Turn Toner Pirates Into Target Practice

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Toner pirates are a real threat in the cybersecurity world, but they don't have to be. In fact, you can turn these modern-day scalawags into target practice for your company's security procedures--as long as you know what to look for, that is!

How to Fire Back at Toner Pirates

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Toner pirates aren't the scourge of the seven seas, but they can make your company want to raise a white flag. Here's how to fire back at those villainous toner pirates before they board your ship!

Raise Your Spyglass: 3 Ways to Spot Toner Pirates

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Toner pirates may not be the scourge of the Seven Seas, but if you're not careful, they can be the scourge of your entire company. Luckily, if you know where to point your spyglass, you'll be able to spot them--so here are a few things to look for!

 

Before You Raise a White Flag to Toner Pirates

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Toner pirates can be intimidating, but that doesn't mean your company needs to put its hands in the air. Before you raise that white flag, here are a few tips to keep you safe from toner pirates!

Three Ways Toner Pirates Try to Board Your Ship

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Toner pirates are nothing if not savvy. They've got multiple ways of trying to "board your ship" to steal information, trick your employees, or get you to pay for something you can't use. Here are three toner pirate tricks to look out for!

 

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