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Computer Security Watch – May 1 2014

Computer Security Watch – May 1 2014

May 1, 2014

Passwords, Get Your Passwords Here!   Today’s Top Threat Android.Samsapo  The Android.Samsapo is a virus that affects android systems, when the virus infects the phones the phone will automatically sent out SMS text messages to all contacts stored on the device. Suffice to say this virus can get pretty nasty and really annoying quickly.   […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 30 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 30 2014

April 30, 2014

I Will Take One Of Everything, But Make It Free! Today’s Top Threat Adobe Flash Player CVE-2014-0515 Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Symantec went into depth with this virus to properly explain what versions of Adobe Flash are affected and what the likely out comes for versions affect by the vulnerability. They explain that there is a […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 29 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 29 2014

April 29, 2014

Retro Style Viruses, A Whole New Threat Today’s Top Threat Bloodhound.Flash.24 The Bloodhound.Flash is a virus that is “attempting to exploit the Adobe Flash Player Buffer Overflow Vulnerability(CVE-2014-0515).” Which simply put means that through a weakness in Adobe Flash your information, including usernames and passwords will be compromised.   Today’s Top Stories  Old Infostealer Resurfaces, […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 28 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 28 2014

April 28, 2014

Microsoft To Windows XP Users About Zero Day Bug: No Updates For You! Today’s Top Threat Backdoor.Zegost!gen2 The Backdoor.Zegost virus is a typical Trojan virus that will open the “back door” of your computer and let all of his buddies in to wreak havoc on your system. Symantec classifies this virus as easy to remove […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 23 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 23 2014

April 23, 2014

Spammers… A New Version Of The School Yard Bully   Today’s Top Threat Infostealer.Neabolsa has a fun and interesting name, however this virus is neither fun nor interesting. As the name suggests it will get into your system and start sending sensitive data back to an off-site server. The virus is very easy to remove, […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 15 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 15 2014

April 15, 2014

Privacy In This Age? Yes, I Will Accept The Changes, Wait You Need Access To What?   Today’s Top Threat SONAR.RogueAV!gen23 The Sonar.RogueAV!gen23, is as the name implies, the twenty third iteration of a fake “anti-virus” virus. If you are asking yourself if there is anything different from this one and the past versions the […]

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Why To Upgrade Your Old Windows XP Machine

Why To Upgrade Your Old Windows XP Machine

April 4, 2014

Windows XP was launched in 2001 and was the ideal operating system for a very long time; it set the benchmark for business operating systems and home use. Throughout the years of updates and support it was the operating system you could rely on. Well if you are unaware, the support for Windows XP ends […]

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What You Need to Know to Become a Computer Hardware Expert

What You Need to Know to Become a Computer Hardware Expert

December 22, 2013

Knowing how the components of your computer can change your performance is key. You want to get all the power out of your machine that you can in order to have the best possible experience for your type of computing. Simply reading the big words and fancy numbers on the box that your computer came […]

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Teach Your Employees 3 Essential Things About Tech Security

Teach Your Employees 3 Essential Things About Tech Security

March 6, 2013

Think about your office and the people you have sitting behind the computers.  Or think about your remote workforce in their home offices or on the road with their laptops and mobile devices gripped firmly in their hands.  Whether you realize it or not, all of these workers play a vital role in protecting your […]

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Don’t Get Scammed by a Computer Repair “Professional”

Don’t Get Scammed by a Computer Repair “Professional”

October 28, 2011

Whenever there is a computer problem involved, the average user is about as useful as a snowball in Miami. Computers are complex pieces of machinery and the slightest wrong move could take your troubles from bad to worse in no time. Many PC “repair specialists” use this as a way to jack up prices and install a lot of useless things on your computer that will inevitably have you calling them again.

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