Security

November 8, 2016

Phishing email

A security researcher decided to see how hard it would be to create a targeted phishing attack on a total stranger. He went to Facebook and […]
May 1, 2014

Windows XP Support? Nah…

YES! Microsoft Support is releasing an “emergency patch” for Windows operating systems including XP to address a security flaw found in IE6 through IE11. It’s released […]
May 10, 2013

Controlling Tags – And Your Facebook Image

It’s no secret that social networking platforms have taken this world by storm, and chances are you utilize at least one of them to connect with […]
March 5, 2013

Safer workplace computing

Lower your risk of spyware infection The vast majority of viruses in the workplace come from non-work related sites. Well established business websites are rarely the […]
August 31, 2012

Spyware, and Viruses, and Malware, OH MY!

For the typical home user, these three terms can be very confusing. What is the difference between them? Are they different at all? Yes they are, […]
July 12, 2012

Go Go Gadgets! Microsoft Says Get Rid of Them!

On Tuesday, July 10th, 2012, Microsoft released a security advisory regarding sidebar gadgets in Windows Vista and Windows 7. All gadgets, old and new, now pose […]
July 6, 2012

The End Is Nigh?

Despite rumors to the contrary, Monday is not “Internet Doomsday”. There will be no cataclysmic shutdown, no Al Gore pulling the plug with a demonic laugh, […]
June 20, 2012

Millions of LinkedIn Passwords Hacked – Pass the Salt

LinkedIn has verified that almost 6 million of their user account passwords have been compromised as of June 6, 2012. The file containing nearly 6 million […]