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Adobe Just Stopped Selling Creative Suite 6 Entirely – Here’s Why
[quote]Almost five years ago, in the spring of 2012, Adobe launched two major products at one time: Creative Suite 6 and the Creative Cloud. The Creative Suite 6 suites were well received and cost from US$1,300 to $2,600 – while Creative Cloud, a subscription to their full range of creative applications, had a much lower cost of entry and gave customers access to the CS6 tools and services, as well as ongoing upgrades. At the time, Adobe also announced that CS6 would be their last perpetual soft
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HP Just Installed Bloated Telemetry Crapware on Your PC. Here’s How to Remove It
https://www.howtogeek.com/334552/hp-just...remove-it/       HP Just Installed Bloated Telemetry Crapware on Your PC. Here’s How to Remove It
by Chris Hoffman on November 28th, 2017


Not to be outdone by other terrible PC manufacturers, HP has been quietly, remotely installing a telemetry service known as “HP Touchpoint Manager” on its PCs since at least November 15, 2017. It’s sending data back to HP, introducing security holes, a
Author: mrtrout - Replies: 0 - Views: 405
Silicon Valley Has Failed to Protect Our Data. Here’s How to Fix It
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...ion-agency      March 21, 2018, 6:01 AM ADT    Silicon Valley Has Failed to Protect Our Data. Here’s How to Fix It
 It’s time for a digital protection agency. It’s clear ethics don’t scale, and it’s not just Facebook’s problem.
By Paul Ford   Over and over in the last 20 years we’ve watched low-cost or free internet communications platforms spring from the good intentions or social curiosity o
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Messages in iCloud arrives with iOS 11.4, here’s how it works
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[quote]Messages in iCloud is finally here as part of this week’s iOS 11.4 release, but the long-awaited feature isn’t totally straightforward without a little help. Turning it on, understanding how it works everywhere, saving important messages, and knowing what benefits it actually offers aren’t made obvious by Apple, but we’ve got it figured out for you:
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Are Targeted Ads Stalking You? Here’s How to Make Them Stop
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/15/techn...r-ads.html       Tech Fix
Are Targeted Ads Stalking You? Here’s How to Make Them Stop
CreditTom Grillo

By Brian X. Chen

    Aug. 15, 2018


Online ads have always been annoying, but now they’re worse than ever.

Consider what happens when you shop online for a wristwatch. You peruse a few watch websites and the next thing you know, a watch advertisement is following you everywhere. On your computer, it’s
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Cryptojacking surges and here’s what to do about it
https://blog.avast.com/cryptojacking-sur...ro-bitcoin         SECURITY NEWS
Cryptojacking surges and here’s what to do about it
  Avast Security News Team, 20 September 2018
The Microsoft Eternal Blue vulnerability turns out to be a useful tool in illicit cryptomining.


In the bustling industry of cybercrime, ransomware has always been a popular weapon of choice...until this year. In 2018, illicit cryptomining (AKA cryptojacking) took the title, surging 459%. Cryptojacking is
Author: Herran - Replies: 0 - Views: 144
Does Your Computer Have a Virus? Here’s How to Check
[quote]Windows computers sometimes do get viruses and other malware, but not every slow or misbehaving PC is infected by malware. Here’s how to check if you actually have a virus—and whether that suspicious process is dangerous or not.
What Are the Signs of a Virus?
Poor performance, application crashes, and computer freezes can sometimes be the sign of a virus or another type of malware wreaking havoc. However, that’s not always
Author: Herran - Replies: 0 - Views: 273
Here’s everything we expect for the Pixel 4 event so far
[quote]We’re less than a month away from Made by Google 2019, where Google is expected to unveil its latest flagship smartphone, the Pixel 4. As has been the case every year, however, Google will be showing off far more than just a smartphone — Google itself admits[co