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Posts Tagged ‘Technology Tips’

Downloading Cracked Antivirus Software Could Get You Infected

File this one away under “it should go without saying, but…” One of the most amazing and disheartening aspects of internet use is that after all this time, a shocking number of ...

New Vulnerability Could Allow Access To Your Website

Hardly a week goes by that a new exploit or attack vector doesn’t come to light that your IT staff has to try to defend against. The most recent threat comes from ...

New Netgear Router Security Issues – Is Yours On The List?

If you use Netgear routers in your home or office network, you should be aware of the latest security threat. The company has confirmed that three lines of its routers may have ...

Update Flash Or Risk Vulnerability To Hackers

Yet more critical security flaws have been found in Adobe’s poor, beleaguered Flash Player. The company continues to fight gamely to keep pace, patching issues as quickly as they are found, but ...

Problems Connecting To Internet? May Be A Windows 10 Issue

Microsoft made a mistake, and it could complicate your life. If you’ve got your computer set up to receive automatic updates, you may have suddenly found yourself unable to connect to the ...

Cybercrime Rings Getting Smarter And More Sophisticated

Cybercrime is growing up. Increasingly, on the Dark Web, customers can find a wide variety of hacking activities offered as a “service.” There is everything from DDOS attacks launched by massive ‘botnets ...

New Ransomware Encourages You To Infect Friends To Retrieve Files

There’s an unfortunate new ransomware variant making the rounds on the internet. As with all other forms of the software, once it infects your system, it locks all the files on your ...

Mobile Users Running Old IOS Versions Vulnerable To Fake Apps

Back in the good ol’ days before the rise of the iPhone, Apple devices were largely considered to be more secure than their Wintel counterparts. There was a time when Apple used ...

FTC Legalizes Hacking Your Own Devices

There is some big news out of the FTC recently. The agency has announced that they are relaxing the rules governing what is and isn’t allowed under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ...

Bank Regulator Downloads Data To Thumb Drive, Then Loses It

This is how something as innocuous as a thumb drive can become a major security issue. Recently, it has come to light that a soon-to-be retiring regulator at the Office of the ...