Archive for author: David Shelley

COVID-19 Malware – Complete Wipe

Ran into a new malware that destroys infected systems, either by wiping files or rewriting a computer’s master boot record (MBR). This is a bad one and everyone has to be careful with they are clicking a...

Coronavirus stimulus scams- How to identify these new online and text attacks

Hackers are targeting people who are awaiting their stimulus check, who are working from home and who are just trying to stay healthy. Add in April Fools’ Day and you need to be on guard against all kind ...

Microsoft Struggling To Keep Up – throttling

Work at home is impacting Microsoft just like everyone else. They have to keep limiting/changing things. OneNote:OneNote in Teams will be read-only for commercial tenants, excluding EDU. Users can go to On...

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Cybersecurity assessments

Having a security assessment set up can offer peace of mind with technology. Cyber threats are hidden everywhere, by having a third party cybersecurity one can protect their data and other sensitive information...

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Mistake in billions of Wi-fi chips can allow attackers decrypt data

A wi-fi vulnerability is allowing close by attackers to decrypt data sent via air. The affected devices include macs, iPads, kindles, iPhones, and Amazon Echos. Patches are being made to help fix this issue. Ha...

3 Antivirus Products That Are Great for Your Mac Devices

Here are three antivirus solutions that will keep your Mac products protected. There’s a misconception in the marketplace that Mac products don’t get spyware or any other malicious content. Not only is this f...

It’s Now Easy to Shift Facebook Pics to Google

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is delivering results. Big time. Facebook on Monday announced a tool that allows anyone to copy their endless selfies and holiday pictures from the Zuckerberg e...

Google is finally killing off Chrome apps, which nobody really used anyhow

Today, Google shared an updated timeline for when Chrome apps will stop working on all platforms. June 2022 is when they’ll be gone for good, but it depends on which platform you’re on (via 9to5Google). Previou...

Microsoft’s new Edge Chromium browser launches on Windows and macOS

Microsoft is officially launching its new Edge Chromium browser today across both Windows and macOS. A stable version of the browser is now available for everyone to download, just over a year after the softwar...

Mobile Device Management

Mobile device management is taking on an increasingly important role in today’s business climate. Here’s why. Mobile device management is very important in today’s business climate. Obviously, all of your use...