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Posts Tagged ‘Windows’

App From Microsoft Creates Better Two-Factor Authentication

Microsoft is a company that definitely understands the need for better and more secure information systems. Like many other tech companies, they’ve been pushing hard for two-factor authentication protocols covering large swaths ...

Watch Out for Windows Activation Scams on Your PC

There have been a number of scams in recent years involving malware that creates false flag problems on your desktop. The faux problem is presented, along with a phone number you can ...

Your Microsoft Account Credentials May Be Vulnerable

In fact, your Microsoft Account Credentials are almost certainly vulnerable, but until the rise in popularity of Windows 10, it hasn’t been nearly as big an issue as it is today. The ...

Will Printers Serve Up Your Next Computer Infection?

Vectra Networks has found an old, longstanding vulnerability in Windows, and it comes from a rather unexpected source. Printers. Way back in 2007, an eternity ago in the world of tech, Microsoft ...

Microsoft Will End Free Windows 10 Upgrade Offer July 29th

By now, you’ve almost certainly heard the news. Microsoft’s latest OS, Windows 10, is free for the moment, but that’s ending as of July 29. After that point, if you want to ...

Regular Microsoft Patch Updates Are Critical To Keeping Hackers Out

Now, you have another very good reason to upgrade to Windows 10. If you refuse to do that, then at the very least, you have a very good reason to move away ...

Upgrading a Samsung Computer To Windows10? Wait For Now

If you have a Samsung desktop or laptop and are still running some version of Windows 7, hold off on upgrading, at least for now. Despite having more than two years to ...

Don’t Turn Off Security Updates To Avoid Windows 10 Upgrade

In recent months, Microsoft has made a number of very good, highly popular moves that have had its customers raving about its apparent change. This latest incident, however, isn’t one of those. ...

A Number Of Major Manufacturer Laptops May Have Security Risks

Security firm Duo Security recently published a disturbing report relating to laptop security. It found critical security flaws in laptops produced by five of the largest OEMs: Acer, Asus, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and ...

Microsoft Is Putting A Stop To Your Bad Passwords

Most of us (and you know who you are) tend to be not-very-good when it comes to creating robust, secure passwords. If you’ve ever used your significant other’s birthday, your birthday, the ...