Kim Komando answers all your questions, including how to prevent your Zoom conference from being hijacked. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) Each week, I receive tons of questions from my listeners about tech concerns, new products and all things digital.Sometimes, choosing the most interesting questions to highlight is the best part of my job. This week, I received questions about deliveries, cash alternatives, private video calls and more.Do you have a question you’d like to ask me? I’m working from home like you.Tap or click here to email me directly.Sanitize Amazon boxesQ: I have been ordering things that I need from Amazon and Walmart. Can the coronavirus live on the delivery boxes?A: Yes, absolutely. Of all the surfaces COVID-19 loves to cling to, cardboard is a favorite. By some estimates, coronavirus can inhabit the surface of a cardboard box for up to 24 hours. It’s terrifying, considering how many of our goods are packed in the stuff — especially Amazon deliveries.So before you bust out the box-cutter and dive into your precious cargo, make sure to open boxes the right way. You have to handle what you ordered inside the box correctly, too. In some cases, you can ask delivery drivers to


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