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The “Unhackable” Computer
So you are totally fed up your computer is always being infected with Viruses Malware Spyware Trojans Adware and pop-ups are driving you crazy and you want to make sure that no one can possibly spy or hack into your computer ever again.
Before you get lost in Cyber Monday space check your computer
Capping off the post- Thanksgiving shopping weekend of course is Cyber Monday. One thing you'll want to remember before you blow up the cyber world with your credit card is safety.
Discover 16 Tips for Computer Repair and Maintenance – V-kool
A new article named “tips for computer repair and maintenance” released on the site Vkool.com offers 16 effective ways to refresh a computer. (PRWeb November 29 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/computer-repair/and-maintenance/prweb11379760.htm
Removing log-in password is possible but may not be advisable
Frankly my suggestion is to keep your computer password protected - especially if this is a laptop or tablet device that you carry with you outside of your home or office. Granted a login password will not thwart the most determined computer intruder but it is a good line of defense when it comes to keeping the casual interloper from sitting down in front of your PC and accessing your files ...
FBI surveillance malware in bomb threat case tests constitional limits
"Internet link" targeting suspect's Yahoo account used to track his Web movements.
Brilliant But Evil: Gaming Company Fined $1 Million For Secretly Using Players' Computers To Mine Bitcoin
Back in April an online gamer noticed that his computer seemed to be working harder than it should be given what he had running on it. When he checked his logs he realized that his computer much to his surprise had joined a Bitcoin mining pool in the Czech Republic and was helping someone to mine the cryptocurrency. The activity was being conducted by a client he had downloaded from E-Sports ...
Rhino Security Labs Highlights Technology Vulnerabilities as National Computer Security Day Nears
Computers are becoming integrated with technology in all facets of life. National Computer Security Day provides companies and individuals the opportunity to assess the security of their technological surroundings. (PRWeb November 18 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/11/prweb11328241.htm
Report: NSA Put Spyware on Over 50000 Networks Worldwide
Netherlands newspaper NRC Handelsblad reports today that newly-reviewed documents indicate the NSA has covertly installed spying malware on over 50000 computer networks worldwide. The documents leaked by Edward Snowden include a map of areas where the malware is installed . Read more...
Better Business Bureau: Be careful on Cyber Monday
-- Is your computer secure? Maintain up-to-date spam anti-virus and anti-spyware software and a secure firewall. -- Is the website reliable? Look for the Better Business Bureau seal and other verifying symbols on retailer websites and confirm they are valid.
BBB offers Cyber Monday tips for internet shopping
BBB recommends the following top 10 tips for shopping online this holiday season to help fight unscrupulous online retailers scammers and hackers: 1. Protect your computer - A computer should always have the most recent updates installed for spam filters anti-virus and anti-spyware software and a secure firewall. 2. Shop on trustworthy websites - Shoppers should start at www.bbb.org to check ...
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