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Fake and Malicious "Deferred message" or "You Have Deferred Notification"
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[size=large]Cyber-criminals are sending out fake email messages which appear as if they were sent by Google or YouTube with malicious links. I got one of these today and read the  malicious links will take the recipients who have clicked on the links to phishing websites created by cyber-criminals to steal their personal and financial information. The recipients may also be taken to malicious websites where they will be tricked into downloading an
Author: Mike - Replies: 11 - Views: 3104
Have you upgraded to Windows 10 yet and what do you think?
Have you upgraded to Windows 10 yet and what do you think of it? Cast your vote in the poll, and be sure to let us know more about why you have or haven't upgraded and what you think in the comments below!
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There Have Been Over 16,000 Software Bugs Detected in 2015
Security bugs become ubiquitous, especially in browsers

In 2015, security researchers from Secunia detected 16,081 vulnerabilities in 2,484 software applications from 263 different vendors.

This represents a 2% increase compared to 2014, and a 39% rise compared to 2010. The numbers are bound to be higher in reality, if we take into account all currently available software, Secunia admitting the research included far less vendors than in the previous years, and also scanned fe
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 830
93% of UK mobile users have their location tracked every day
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Awareness of the privacy issues involved in using various devices and software has grown dramatically in recent years -- there can be few readers who do not know about the telemetry and privacy concerns surround Windows 10, for instance. But a new campaign by privacy-focused advocacy group
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Only a third of businesses have proper DDoS protection
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Among the biggest cyber-threats to businesses nowadays are phishing, patch exploitation, trojans and DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service), yet new figures show that a quarter of companies don’t have an anti-DDoS protection set up.
Those are the results of a new survey by security firm Kaspersky Lab a
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 688
If you have QuickTime for Windows you need to uninstall it NOW
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Apple’s QuickTime was popular years ago, particularly for anyone wanting to watch movie trailers on the web, but its time has long since passed. There’s really very little need to have it installed on your system these days.

Because you no longer need it isn’t the only reason to uninstall it though. Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative has released two advisories ([url=http://zerodayinitiative.com/advisories/ZDI-16-24
Author: mrtrout - Replies: 0 - Views: 878
Is Your Computer Crashing? You May Have Bad RAM. How To Test Your PC's Memory mrizos)
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Is Your Computer Crashing? You May Have Bad RAM. How To Test Your PC's Memory
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Published on Jan 24, 2017

If your computer is randomly crashing then you may have bad RAM. In this video I'll show you how to check your computer for bad Memory (aka - RAM).

Some of the topics in this video include:

-downloading memtest86 ISO (the ram checker)
-downloading imgburn to burn the ISO to a disc (DVD or CD)
-how to boot your computer to a boo
Author: scot - Replies: 2 - Views: 961
What Might Have Gone Wrong with Microsoft’s Delayed Security Updates
What Might Have Gone Wrong with Microsoft’s Delayed Security Updates
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Author: dhruv2193 - Replies: 2 - Views: 880
Which are the software you have purchased?
Which all software have you purchased(not won)? I have purchased-
Norton(every 1-2 years)
Malwarebytes 1 lifetime license for use on my family member's laptop
Author: yoyo - Replies: 1 - Views: 654
I have a new computer it is win 10 - is there any way to get the latest update - it i
I have a new computer it is win 10 - is there any way to get the latest update - it is < than week with only 2 updates ?

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