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Smartphones replacing Hotel Room Keys

Do you remember when you needed a key to use for a hotel room and then it became a card key with a magnetic strip on it?  In 2015, Hilton Hotel will be installing the new smartphone technology app that customers can access hotel rooms by using their smartphones.  The app will allow guests to […]

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Researchers reveal 3 devious ways online trackers shatter your privacy and follow your digital footsteps

Have you ever gone to different websites and then found later on that you are getting advertisements for things you may have been interested in before?  There are certain ways that people can target you when you search on websites such as: cookies, canvas fingerprinting, respawning and cookie syncing.  What can you do to stop […]

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Adobe pushes critical Flash update for Windows, Mac

Are your technology devices secured?  Yesterday Adobe sent out a critical update for their Flash Player to patch a security flaw.  Hackers were able to prey on users of websites such as eBay, Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram. “Adobe issued a critical update for Flash Player on Tuesday that aims to patch a security flaw that could let […]

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USA bans uncharged cell phones, laptops from some flights

Can you imagine being asked by TSA that you need to power up your iDevices before going on the plane and if not they will take it away?  According to the TSA, certain flights coming into the US internationally are asking passengers to power up their devices.  The TSA enhanced security procedures on flights that […]

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New powerful banking malware called Dyreza emerges

Recently a new powerful banking malware called Dyreza emerged.  A user will access their authentication credentials for a legitimate bank and the malware will redirect the traffic to a hackers own server.  Please be careful if you use the following banks websites: Bank of America, NatWest, Citibank, RBS and Ulsterbank.  If you have any questions, […]

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Microsoft New Test Version of Internet Explorer (IE)

Did you know that Microsoft is actively working on a new Internet Explorer (IE) platform for its audiences?  They want to build better features and websites that are more user friendly.  The new version Internet Explorer Developer Channel designed to give Web developers a preview of the new Internet Explorer.  This was released Monday and […]

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On Tuesday, Microsoft pushed out massive security updates for Internet Explorer

Yesterday, Microsoft pushed out seven security updates for Internet Explorer (IE).  The seven security bulletins had a total of 66 vulnerabilities.  Microsoft issued fixes for remote desktop, Lync Server, XML Core Services, Word, TCP protocol and Microsoft Graphics Component.  Microsoft recommends that you apply the patch MS14-o35 for Internet Explorer as soon as possible. “Six […]

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Heartbleed Part 2: The Handshake Bug

Did you know that researches found this week a bug called the “Handshake Bug”?  This bug gives permission to a hacker connected on the same public Wi-Fi network as you to invade your Internet privacy session.  The only major browser it affected  was Google’s Android mobile operating system.  Please see below to read about what […]

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Two weeks to save your computer from major cyber attack

How secure is your technology devices?  According to the National Crime Agency and the FBI they say that computer users have under two weeks to save themselves from being cyber attacked.  Users running on Windows under the threat “botnets” will be able to get a hold of your money and other information without the users […]

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Hackers use ‘Find My iPhone’ to lockout, ransom Mac and iOS device owners in Australia

How secure is the iPhones?  Did you know that hackers in Australia can easily get into your iPhones and hack into the “Find My iPhone” screen?  If you haven’t done so already, please put a passcode on your “Find My iPhone” that way hackers can’t get into your devices. “A report from Australia’s The Age, as […]

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