Just a word of warning. I caught some nasty malware last week. It was so bad it made internet access, via any browser, impossible. Couldn't system restore or factory restore. I'm not technically savvy enough to figure out how to wipe the OS and reinstall via USB. I took it to a computer repair shop, first time ever needing to do that, and they said that while they had cleared the malware they still suggested wiping and reinstalling a new OS to ensure no malware was hidden in the files, which I did. This was only the beginning of my troubles. My computer is only a couple of months old. The next day I ended up getting notifications of suspicious activity across my accounts across the web like Amazon, Ebay, Gmail, etc. I had to go through changing everything up. They got onto an old Robinhood account I created when they first began, and abandoned after a trade or 2 only to forget about it. They deposited $700 from my bank account. Before this I had seen an email they had deleted in my gmail trash trying to link a bank account to Robinhood in my name. I forgot I even had an account so I assumed they were trying to create a new account. I replied to the email telling Robinhood it had been a malware attack and the person whom had initiated that bank linking was not me. The next day I saw a trade placed and then Robinhood replied basically acknowledging my hacked email. I downloaded and logged onto the Robinhood app to see the stocks they had traded still moving up and down (apparently Robinhood allows them to immeiately access $100 of the transfer before it has actually cleared ACH). Anyways, I sold the stock after for a hefty profit of $10 and told Robinhood I did not care about any profit, I just want the money back in my bank account and the bank link deleted. They stated they have initiated a fraud investigation. I also alerted my bank prior to the actual money being withdrawn from my account. After a little research on the web I saw it stated new Malware (as of Dec 2019 anyways) had the ability to steal all of your Google Chrome passwords which I am sure was the case for me. Just wanted to make others aware of this. I have removed all Google passwords to any financially linked sites or platforms I was currently with. So just wanted to alert others as well.