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Someone’s refrigerator just took part in a malicious cyberattack

Are all of your electronic devices connect to the internet protected from malware?  Security is important whether you own a Smart TV, phone or computer.  “Between December 23 and January 6, more than 100,000 internet-connected smart “things,” including media players, smart televisions and at least one refrigerator, were part of a network of computers used […]

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Microsoft to Reveal Windows ‘Threshold’ Plans in April 2014

Microsoft has plans to make Windows program better for all users.  What is in store for Microsoft plans for 2014?  “Microsoft’s Windows team may share its high-level plans for its next-generation Windows “Threshold” release at its upcoming Build developers show, according to a new sourced report.” For more information and to read the article click […]

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Microsoft red faced faced again as Syrian Electronic Army hijacks Twitter feeds

Are your systems secured?  “The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has claimed another digital scalp, following up its attack on Skype’s Twitter account earlier this month by dishing out to the same treatment to two other Microsoft feeds and its blog page.” For more information and to read the article click here.    

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Laptop Tablets Updates for 2014

What is new with the laptop tablets updates for 2014?  “LAS VEGAS — The Lenovo Y50 offers either a standard 1,920×1,080-pixel display, or an optional full 4K 3,840×2,160 one, joining the Yoga 2 Pro in Lenovo’s higher-res camp.   For more information and to read the article click here.    

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Microsoft to End Support for Windows XP: What Businesses Need to Know

Did you know that Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014?  “Is your business still running on Windows XP? If so, one of your first action items for 2014 is to determine whether it’s time for an upgrade. On April 8, Microsoft will end support for Windows XP, forcing businesses to either keep […]

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California To Introduce First ‘Smartphone Killswitch’ Bill

Are you worried that your technology devices might be stolen?  “Lawmakers in San Francisco and New York have already asked smartphone makers to install ‘killswitch’ technology that would render a stolen device useless — but now, a California representative plans to try to make it a law.” For more information and to read the article […]

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New DDoS malware targets Linux and Windows Systems

Are you protected with malware?  “Attackers are compromising Linux and Windows systems to install a new malware program designed for launching distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, according to researchers from the Polish Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT Polska).” For more information and to read the article click here.    

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On December 10 at 1PM ET Microsoft Released New Security Update Patches

On December 10 at 1PM ET, Microsoft released new security update patches.   What does this mean  for your computer?  “The six updates marked important will patch vulnerabilities in Windows, Office 2010 and Office 2013, SharePoint Server and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013. If the updates are not deployed, criminals may be able to […]

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Security Alert: How to protect yourself: 2 million Facebook, Google accounts compromised

Recently more than 2 million Facebook and Google accounts were hacked. Just to be sure, please change all of your passwords to keep all of your data secured.  “Some online networks responded by disabling the affected passwords, or requiring affected accounts to choose new passwords. But there are several things you can do to minimize […]

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Microsoft’s new Cybercrime Center combine tactics against criminal hackers

Are you worried about your security be hacked into?  Microsoft is well aware of the issue and already taking matters in their hands to make sure they have tight security.  “Already, many of the biggest victories against organized online criminals have come when private companies have worked together to seize control of the networks of […]

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