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How to avoid getting hacked when shopping online

Want to know how to avoid hackers when shopping online?  Hackers are sneaky people and can find a way to get your personal information such as email addresses, credit card numbers and more.  In order to not get hacked researchers find it best that you delete apps you don’t use on your phones, tablets, computers and […]

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Google Releases Consumers From the Scourge of CAPTCHA

Have you noticed every time you went on Google for a website it would ask you to enter the code or words?  You would try many times and as a result it sometimes would work and other times not?  Google has finally come up with a better way to identify a user.  You can now […]

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Beware this online shopping scam: Fake order confirmations

It’s the holiday season and shoppers are ready to shop.  However, scammers are ready to scam all of your credit cards and any data they can get their hands on.  If you see any suspicious emails, websites that you didn’t order from, please don’t click on it since it may be a scam.  It’s crucial […]

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Microsoft: Windows 10 on track for latter half of 2015

Have you figured out all the unique qualities Windows 8 has to offer?  Microsoft is well on its way developing and releasing a new Windows 10.  They are expecting Windows 10 to be unveiled in 2015. “I get a lot of questions about when Microsoft is planning to launch Windows 10. I’m sure Microsoft executives […]

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How will 5G network change the world?

Do you have fast internet?  Are you on the most up to date bandwith?  Do you remember the days when there was dial up internet?  You would have to wait in till your computer connect to the internet and sometimes it would take what seemed like forever.  Many years later one could connected to the internet […]

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Moving To The Cloud? How To Keep Your Data Safe From Hackers

Are your documents and programs in the “Cloud”?  Is your data secured so hackers can’t get steal your information?  Why is it important to move data to the Cloud and have them be secured?  The value of having your documents in the Cloud is everything you have is in one spot and you can access […]

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FBI malware warning follows Sony Pictures hack

Here is an alert from the FBI regarding a malware that is attacking networks such as Sony Pictures Entertainment and other businesses.  The malware is extremely dangerous by overwriting data on hard drives.  If you believe you have any malware on your computers, please contact Cohen Electronics, LLC and we’ll be able to assist you. […]

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Microsoft, 13 other firms take student privacy pledge

Today’s technology has become a huge part of our personal, business and now educational worlds.  Microsoft and 13 other companies that provide technology devices to schools such as laptops, tablets and etc have pledged to protect student data and not sell it to third party advertisers.  It’s important whether we are connected with an educational […]

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Shellshock: ‘Deadly Serious’ new vulnerability found

A new virus has hit various computers, servers, devices and has been found in the software known as Shellshock.  Shellshock can take control of any system and can be very harmful.  Please be aware that this bug can affect Linux and Apple’s Mac operating systems. “A deadly serious bug potentially affecting hundreds of millions of […]

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There’s a Tool to Check If Your Gmail Was Leaked…but Should You Trust It?

Are you a Gmail user?  Just recently over 5 million Gmail accounts have been hacked.  You may be affected by it or not. If you are in any doubt, please change your password immediately. “Nearly 5 million Gmail passwords were posted online by a hacker forum Wednesday, something Google on its security blog called “one of the […]

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