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Author: Jeremy - Replies: 4 - Views: 3442
Help with Windows 10
I just upgraded my laptop to Windows 10 (still suing windows 8.1 on desktop).

Anyway, I was wondering if there was a way to get that search icon off of the task bar -the icon the opens up stories and cortana etc.

Thanks!

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Author: Jeremy - Replies: 0 - Views: 1814
Friend Needs Help Selecting a Smart Watch For His Android Phone
[size=small]Hey everyone,

I am not sure how many members here have a smartwatch for their phones (Android in particular) - but a friend of mine wants to purchase one for his Samsung Galaxy S5 and asked me for advice. I do not own a smart phone so I have no experience with this - but I told him I may be able to get some advice from friends and members here who may know something about Android Smart watches.

He wants to spend anywhere from $80 to $150 on one. He said it doesn't have to b
Author: Mohammad - Replies: 1 - Views: 6061
Malware Removal Asking Help Process.
Hello everyone.

Welcome to malware removal assistance, I would be glad to help and our members too, to remove the viruses, malwares, trogan, adware and etc.

Before posting any virus issues, provide your system information like OS, Antivirus, maintenance tool. After that describe your problem, what is the problem with your PC. 

Best Regards
Mohammad
Author: tarekma7 - Replies: 0 - Views: 1563
This Little App Promises to Help Make Windows 10 More Secure
Win10 Security Plus is here to lend you a hand

There are so many apps out there supposed to help you optimize Windows 10 that it’s nearly impossible to tell which one is good and which one is not, but it goes without saying that each of them deserves a chance.

[color=#333333]Win10 Security Plus ([b]Download here)[/b]
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 1331
New USB-C Standard Can Help Fight USB Malware
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The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has announced the creation of a new standard called USB Type-C Authentication, which aims to protect USB-C capable devices from low-end USB chargers that might end up frying your gear, but can also prove useful when fighting USB malware.
The new standard is a direct answer to a series of incidents that took place over the past year, w
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 1515
Malware Coders Find the Perfect Technique to Help RATs Avoid Detection
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Security firm SentinelOne discovered a new technique leveraged by malware coders that are hiding the most dangerous parts of RATs (Remote Access Trojans) inside the OS memory and are using PNG files as configuration files.

Researchers first observed the technique in a series of state-sponsored attacks against Asian countries. The malware along which
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 1179
US Justice Department accesses another iPhone without Apple’s help
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When it came to the San Bernardino iPhone, Apple was ready to dig in its heels and refuse to help the FBI to gain access to the encrypted contents. As it turns out, the company needn’t have bothered shouting as a third party helped instead. Now the same thing has happened with another iPhone.

This time around, the Justice Department had been looking for help accessing an iPhone at the center of a drugs case in New
Author: dinosaur07 - Replies: 1 - Views: 1419
Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 723
WinCHM Pro - Help authoring tool
WinCHM is a very easy-to-use help authoring tool. Not needing to learn too much, you can be master of creating HTML help(CHM), Web help, PDF and Word documents. Using WinCHM you can not only make help files with nothing, but also convert a set of HTML files into a CHM file.


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Author: mrtrout - Replies: 1 - Views: 1609
Krebs Back Online After Getting Help from Google's Project Shield
http://news.softpedia.com/news/krebs-bac...8633.shtml   Krebs Back Online After Getting Help from Google's Project Shield
Apparently Google's Project Shield is not just a PR stunt
Sep 25, 2016 22:30 GMT  ·  By Catalin Cimpanu ·      
Three days after taking down his website because of a massive two-week-long DDoS attack, Brian Krebs has returned online with the help of Google's Project Shield initiative.

Launched in February 2016, Pro