Cyber criminals strike again. This time they are going after your family based on what you share on social networking sites like Facebook... http://goo.gl/BSPHC
I'm sure you've already had suspicions. There you are click-clacking away on Facebook or motoring around the web reading this website and that website. Then you randomly look up at that little dot on your laptop, or that camera peering down at you perched on your desktop monitor. Anyway, click this link to read more...
Pardon my bluntness as I take the time to inform you that your antivirus software is not foolproof and will not keep your computer completely safe. There is a huge illusion that many people have that as long as they have one of the most popular antivirus programs out there running in the background of
So, a new client came to me with their laptop that was having some issues. The issue was whenever they tried to go to www.google.com, the website would not show up. Yet, Bing worked and so did Yahoo. Another random thing that happened was when I was showing her some other websites that I was
Earlier this month, Adobe warned us of several critical vulnerabilities in it's Reader and Acrobat PDF viewers. According to Adobe, these vulnerabilities are already actively being exploited by hackers and other cyber criminals. Basically, any user who opens an PDF document tampered by a cyber criminal risks having their system being infected by malware. If