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  1. Complete security system. This system was fully functioning. It was in use about one year. I had upgraded to this system from a less expensive system in place when we purchased our house - system also for sale. I upgraded again because I was still had not achieved the flexibility I wanted. 8 cameras, 1 TB DVR, wiring and misc connectors. $270 Jhf1420@gmail.com
  2. Complete security system. This system was fully functioning. It was in use about one year. I had upgraded to this system from a less expensive system in place when we purchased our house - system also for sale. I upgraded again because I was still had not achieved the flexibility I wanted. 8 cameras, 1 TB DVR, wiring and misc connectors. $270 Jhf1420@gmail.com
  3. 9 cameras and DVR; 2 cameras still unopened. Misc connectors. These cameras were in use and functioning perfectly. I upgraded for more flexibility and higher resolution. $100 for all James Fuller Jhf1420@gmail.com
  4. Merchants, if you own or operate a store or restaurant and need to install a temporary plywood glass protective covering while Panamanian edicts require you close up shop temporarily, call Taller de Wolff at 6955.0013 or 6520.7860 for a quote. tallerdewolff@gmail.com
  5. I was doing research that how to secure my data on kodi while streaming my favorite content, i came up with the solution of getting a VPN is the only solution. then i research on how to get a VPN in a cheapest way, i came up with another great solution. 49 Amazing Black Friday VPN Deals (save up to 89% off) should i go for it guys? Need help!
  6. I use a VPN (Private Internet Access) and usually use a US location. This morning I sent a question to PIA and then received the following. Does anyone heard about this "recent US legislation?" What a bunch of crap! More intrusion into private lives. "Currently we are experiencing higher than average helpdesk tickets due to recent US legislation changes that let your internet service provider spy on you. Your ticket will be dealt with however you may face a slightly longer than normal response time."lightly longer t normal response time.
  7. As I write this, I am shaking my head. Another site hacked, this time one that hold passwords for thousands of people. What I am commenting on is a service called One Login. It is a password manager service. The idea is to keep all of your passwords in one place and have a program or app on your phone keep track of them so they can all be very long and different. You only need to remember the one password for the service and the rest is done for you. Well, OneLogin was broken into by hackers and all of the passwords, including the keys to unencrypt them, were exposed.
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  12. Sent to Rodny Direct members yesterday First of all, we want to wish every one of our members, new and old, and everyone in the Boquete community, a great Christmas and New Year. We have been blessed with a relatively quiet 2016 crime scene in Boquete. However, Christmas is prime time for robbers and burglars, so we need to pass on some important information for your safety. Thanks to the Panamanian grapevine, I have learned that Panama City gangs are organizing to attack both Panamanian and expat homes in Chiriqui over the Christmas - New Years holidays. The police are
  13. Sleepwellpanama.com The Tide of Cybercrime is Rising Fast While physical crime against expats here in Panama is diminishing, cybercrime is rising world wide. Losses from cybercrime may already be greater than physical robbery. It is one of the fastest growing businesses in the world. Cybercriminals are targeting Seniors Anyone over 60 did not grow up with computers or the Internet from day one. Many of us openly admit to computer illiteracy. Cybercriminals are specifically targeting this group, especially relatively rich North Americans an
  14. Yesterday we were alerted to a very dangerous email scam that is now sweeping thorough Boquete. You may receive a legitimate looking email from a friend who is sending you a secure PDF document. It looks like a sign in screen from Dropbox and asks you to log in to receive your document. However it asks you for your email address and PASSWORD. In other cases, you may be asked to send money to someone you know. Never, never give anyone your email password. Delete the email immediately. Once they have one person's email account, they use every address
  15. Alto al Crimen and Valle Escondido Roll out enhanced services Beginning this week on July 15 Alto al Crimen (AAC) and Boquete Consulting Security (BCS) are offering enhanced security and emergency response services to the residents of Valle Escondido. BCS provides security services to Valle Escondido, and its personnel are trained to respond in various emergencies. AAC provides a community-wide emergency Hotline service with a bilingual operator to receive and relay emergency calls from anyone, but particularly people who are not fluent in Spanish. AAC Hotline service will conti
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  17. If you are like many Boquete residents, you are concerned about security. Losing a laptop, cell phone, or a small amount of cash may be inconvenient, but those things can be replaced pretty easily. However, if your home isn’t completely safe, where do you keep those things that you can’t afford to lose? We want to remind you that our business in David provides a secure place to keep your valuables. It’s called Nacional Box and it is a safety deposit box vault. It’s NOT a bank, just safety deposit boxes. It is modern, very secure, easy to access, and since it is not a bank, there is NO RE
  18. Located in David, Chiriquí, Nacional Box is the only private alternative of safe deposit boxes outside the capital city. Unlike banks which are regulated by the government, Nacional Box offers its customers the ability to rent a safe deposit box with complete anonymity. NacionalBox Safe Deposit Boxes are discreet and provide you with a level of privacy no longer available in banks or regulated financial institutions. Banks are legally required to divulge client information to the authorities. This includes IRS taxes, lawsuits, or even a spouse who is suing for divorce. The safety
  19. NEWS RELEASE December 17, 2015 Today the Panama Helpline based in Coronado and the Rodny Direct Chiriqui Helpline announce the foundation of the Panama National Helpline Network (PNHN) This new national network means that wherever you go in Panama, bi-lingual help is just a phone call away. The Network means that you are more secure than ever, with backup operators and shared information. We are working on sharing other services of great benefit to our members, including group medical insurance, ambulances, medica
  20. www.RodnyDirect.com Rodny Direct Fast Facts How long has Rodny Direct been in business? My helpline service started in 2010 - five years ago. I have established close working relations with police, bombers, tow trucks, ambulances etc. not only in Chiriqui but throughout Panama. When I call, they respond. What is in your personal profile and how private is it? Your personal profile contains any and all information that might be important to keep you safe in an emergency - from doctors and medications to family contacts, lawyers and even your pet sitter if you desire.
  21. Earlier this month I received an email purporting to be from Multibank regarding the need to have checks printed according to some standard being set by the Panamanian banking authorities. The email was suspect from the beginning for at least several reasons, including that it included distribution markings from Constant Contact (a US-based commercial email marketing site), that it was in both Spanish and English (I don't recall ever getting an email from Multibank in English), and the subject matter simply did not pass the smell test. I stopped by Multibank earlier today and they kno
  22. Subject: Worldwide Travel Alert, November 23, 2015 Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2015 20:34:31 +0000 From: STEP Notifications <STEP-Notifications@STATE.GOV> Reply-To: STEP Notifications <STEP-Notifications@STATE.GOV> To: ACS_ALL_LISTS@CALIST.STATE.GOV The State Department alerts U.S. citizens to possible risks of travel due to increased terrorist threats. Current information suggests that ISIL (aka Da'esh), al-
  23. 5 Years Experience - Trusted - Secure - Connected One-step registration at: www.rodnydirect.com Register first - pay later — only $80 a year Your members-only 24/7/365 phone number will be provided to you upon registration. Please remember to make checks out to Rodny Moreno. What is included in your Rodny Direct subscription? Your subscription to Rodny Direct Helpline starts with your creation of a secure personal profile, which includes information such as your emergency contacts, your medical conditions, directions
  24. I have no first hand information on this incident other than what I read as reported by another individual. . It was was reported that armed, masked men in a pickup gagged and tied residents in the area of Brisas in Las Trancas. Report stated it occurred at noon Nov 9. Robbery, no injuries. . I would like to know if this is in fact true.
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