Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Telephone Fraud Warning

Cornwall Council Information Services has received reports of a telephone fraud being attempted within the county.

The fraudsters are cold calling people claiming to be Windows XP service providers and then advising that they have detected that the person’s computer has problems (slow running, Trojan viruses etc.) This statement is false. They won’t have had access to the computer to identify any problem.

This claim is made with the intent to scare people into paying money to have their PC’s remotely ‘fixed’. They have also been known to infect computers with viruses once attached to prove their ‘repair’ has worked. They call from UK based numbers but all calls to these numbers appear to end up in India. All reports we have had so far involve people with Indian accents.

They appear to go under a number of names Supportonclick, logmein123 and Systemrecure.

As an additional warning. Random website adverts claiming to have found viruses on your computer are equally suspect and no attempt should be made to install any software offered by them.

This warning applies equally to your computers at home. Please ensure your computers at home have their security systems up-to-date, are fully patched and have a firewall in place.


Anthony Waters
Senior ICT Support Officer
Information Services
Cornwall Council
01872 323202

Planning for Cliff House

Perranuthnoe Parish Council have today received plans for the proposed re-development of Cliff House.

The application proposes to knock down the existing building and re build it 3.5 metres further back.

Anyone wishing to view the plans can do so at Churchtown House this evening between 8pm and 9pm or Thursday afternoon between 3.30pm and 5.30pm. Alternatively the plans can be viewed at St. Clare.

If you know anyone who may wish to view the plans, please can you pass this message on.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

New Photography Group

Following the recent Perranuthnoe village church room consultation day a number of people suggested a group be formed for those interested in photography.

We are pleased to announce the first meeting of this group will be on Monday 5th October at 7pm in Perranuthnoe Church Room.

If you would like to discuss anything relating to photography with like-minded people please come along.

For further details contact Martin on 01736 710820.