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Why You Should Send Your Child to Coding Camp this Summer

Why You Should Send Your Child to Coding Camp this Summer

May 31, 2018

Many things pull for the attention of parents and children during the months of June, July and August. Vacations, sporting activities and downtime. However, I encourage you to set aside at least one week this summer for your child to attend a tech camp designed to teach them how to code. This post will explain […]

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How To Ensure That Your ISP Isn’t Lying

How To Ensure That Your ISP Isn’t Lying

January 10, 2017

How many times has your internet service provider told you you should be getting X up and Y down yet you cant even play your games when your mom is watching Netflix in the other room? Well now it is easier than ever to make sure your ISP isn’t ripping you off. Ookla, the company […]

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Why You Should Get MacOS 10.12.2

Why You Should Get MacOS 10.12.2

December 20, 2016

There is more of reason to switch to Apples new macOS 10.12.2 than better battery life. A Swedish hacker made a device that steals passwords off a mac just by connecting a cable. By simply connecting a device running his PCILeech software to a MacBook’s Thunderbolt port, then forcing a reboot, you can gain the system’s password in less […]

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Tesla Gigafactory Construction Flyover

Tesla Gigafactory Construction Flyover

May 21, 2015

The first 4k ultra-high-definition video of the Tesla Gigafactory under construction. Located 15 minutes East of Reno, NV the Gigafactory is being built at a brisk pace. You only need to watch the first 50 seconds or so to get the idea.

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Computer Security Watch – Jan 30, 2014 With Virus Removal

Computer Security Watch – Jan 30, 2014 With Virus Removal

January 30, 2015

A Virus Filled World Out There   Today’s Top Threat W32.Tempedreve.C!inf The Tempedreve worm creates a host of files on your PC, and creates a fake invoice document to try to get you to pay for the removal of the virus. The worm will connect to other network devices including jump drives and network drives. […]

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Is Your Firewall Good Enough For You?

Is Your Firewall Good Enough For You?

November 21, 2014

Firewalls are easily considered one of the most essential features of security for your computer. A firewall is a network security system that controls the incoming and outgoing network traffic based on applied rule set. A firewall establishes a barrier between a trusted, secure internal network and another network (e.g., the Internet) that is assumed […]

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Computer Security Watch – Nov 3, 2014

Computer Security Watch – Nov 3, 2014

November 3, 2014

Gone Phishing   Today’s Top Threat SONAR.SuspBeh!gen254 The Sonar.Suspbeh is a heuristic analysis, which means that it’s a virus that masquerades as an antivirus trying to trick you into getting more viruses. They tend to steal information from the willing and unwilling. Today’s Top Stories 2015 Predictions: The Invisible Becomes Visible “2014 brought with it […]

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Computer Security Watch – Oct 13, 2014

Computer Security Watch – Oct 13, 2014

October 13, 2014

Viruses Are Like A Potato Chip   Today’s Top Threat Android.Gomal The Android.Gomal is a Trojan virus directed at Android phone systems, its primary function is to steal information from the device and send it back to the user. When in doubt it’s a good idea to scan your phone to make sure you do […]

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Do New Software And Cloud Updates Suggest That The Bridge Between Mobile And Desktop Is Getting Shorter?

Do New Software And Cloud Updates Suggest That The Bridge Between Mobile And Desktop Is Getting Shorter?

October 10, 2014

Sponsored By Computer Service Now–A Brand By Rentacomputer.com  The fight between mobile and desktop has been going on for a while now. Today, business and people move too fast for us to be sitting behind a desk for long periods of time. As business becomes more mobile, so too must our technology and software. Our […]

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Everything You Need To Know About The ‘Peter Pan Virus’ Phishing Emails

Everything You Need To Know About The ‘Peter Pan Virus’ Phishing Emails

September 9, 2014

Thousands of people have been receiving emails with what has become known as the “Peter Pan Virus”. It is a scam email that claims that you have booked tickets to see a pantomime in Bournemouth at Christmas time. A warning has now been issued about this, as it has become a really big deal. It […]

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