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Smart TV viruses, find hidden spy cameras and making Google Home accessible | The Kim Komando Show

Smart TV viruses, find hidden spy cameras and maki

In this episode, which aired Saturday, July 6 on Bloomberg TV: A major manufacturer tweeted that they want you scan your smart TV for malware viruses, then deleted it moments later. Here's the real story. Plus, wait until you see a cool new feature added to a popular game that’ll let you interact with dinosaurs. And, learn about four types of spy cameras that could be watching you from places you least expect. Finally, meet a Google Strategic Cloud Engineer who wanted to make Google Home more accessible.

 

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Kim helps listener find $25k in unclaimed money

Kim helps listener find $25k in unclaimed money

Long-time listener Robert from Harrisonburg, Virginia, called Kim to thank her for giving him advice that helped him find more than $25,000 in unclaimed money. If you are wondering how he did that, you're not alone. Learn how Robert found that his mother left him money in a probate account he didn't know about.

 

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DIY Security Tip – How to find hidden cameras in vacation rentals

DIY Security Tip – How to find hidden camera

Worried about hidden cameras in your vacation rental? This is a common fear now-a-days as more stories unravel about people finding out the wall outlet or the clock in the living room is secretly a camera. Thankfully, there is a way to uncover those creepy and invasive hidden cameras. Kim breaks down how using an NMAP scan (Network Mapped) can help. This simple tool can help you make sure you are not being spied on.

 

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Woman finds rooster on her hike and saves his life

Woman finds rooster on her hike and saves his life

On the long Appalachian trail, a woman comes across a loose rooster. However, this rooster wasn’t just exploring nature, it was lost. With no other choice, she decided to take the chicken with her for the rest of the 40 miles. See her endearing journey to rescue this rooster.

 

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Trace a server’s IP to find out who sent you an email

Trace a server’s IP to find out who sent you

We all know phishing scams have become a large part of today's internet culture. You receive an email and you are not sure whether or not you should open it. Well, what you might now know is there is a way to see where that email was sent from and even what server it came from. This can help you establish if the email is dangerous or not. Now, it might take a little leg work, but that's why I am here to walk you through the steps.

 

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Finding unclaimed money and upgrade your smartphone

Finding unclaimed money and upgrade your smartphon

Flo from Charlottesville, VA called in to The Kim Komando Show to thank Kim for helping her find some unclaimed money. Flo is a subscriber to Kim's email newsletters and after reading an article about how to get unclaimed money, Flo found out she has some extra funds coming in. With her new windfall, Flo asks Kim for some tips about upgrading her smartphone.

 

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Where’s the best place to find clean water?

Where’s the best place to find clean water?

If you ever find yourself in a fight to survive, one of the most important things is being able to find clean drinking water. And while you may have a water bottle with you, if you don’t have immediate access, it can be quite difficult to know where to look.

 

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This robot uses a computer program to find Waldo

This robot uses a computer program to find Waldo

Do you remember those big picture books, with different pages featuring different bustling scenes, and people walking all over? In those pictures, your goal was to find one person, a man with a strange cane and red and white striped shirt. Sometimes he was easy to spot, other times it could take hours to find him just peeking out of that building. But now, a robot was created as a way to test the capabilities of Google's new AutoML Vision, by finding Waldo! How does this new technology work?

 

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How to find indoor cameras when renting a house or apartment

How to find indoor cameras when renting a house or

Matthew from Kansas called in to the Kim Komando Show to talk about some strange happenings at his new apartment that have been occurring over the last few months. After sharing some stories with Kim, Matthew is convinced his neighbors are spying on him with a hidden camera in his apartment. Kim gives Matthew some great tips on how to spot and stop hidden cameras in his home.

 

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Kim helps caller find a long-lost friend to thank her

Kim helps caller find a long-lost friend to thank

Peri from Kentwood, MI called in to the Kim Komando Show looking for Kim to help her find a middle school friend named Norma. Peri wanted to find Norma to thank her for saving her life all those years ago and to tell her how much their friendship meant to her. If you've had a person impact your life, this story will tug at your heartstrings. Kim gives Peri advice on how to reconnect with her long lost friend Norma.

 

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Caller finds $611,000 by asking Kim for advice

Caller finds $611,000 by asking Kim for advice

Debbie called The Kim Komando Show concerned her father got a letter from an investigator claiming they found money that belonged to him and wanted a finder’s fee. The amount? $611,000! Before acting on it, she called Kim for her trusted advice. Kim did investigating on her own and found shocking results: This claim looks legitimate! Kim told Debbie how to get the money without paying anyone a finder's fee. Who knows? Maybe there is a fortune waiting for you too!

 

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Find out why police sketch artists may need some help

Find out why police sketch artists may need some h

You likely have seen in movies or television programs, the police sketch artist asking a witness to describe the person they saw. The reality is that it’s actually pretty hard to remember exactly what the eyes looked like separate from the mouth, because we tend to look at faces in a general sense, rather than remembering its parts.