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Anti-virus is not enough

Anti-virus is not enough to keep you and your data safe online.  Whether business or personal, you always have some valuable data.  People shop and bank online for both personal use and business but if someone is monitoring your computer with a keylogger, they can see what website you visited, your username and the password. A hacker is not always identified by anti-virus software. …

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Windows 10 shares your Wi-Fi password with everyone!

Microsoft Windows 10 looks pretty awesome, but unfortunately they put a security hole in here thinking it’s convenient for us.  Unfortunately, people forget that the easier it is for you, the easier it is for hackers.  In this case, they don’t need to be much of a hacker if you’re willingly giving them your Wi-Fi password. That’s right, Wi-Fi…

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Technology and your Will when you die

I don’t do Wills and Estate’s, although I can refer a good lawyer.  However, I do know that with the ever expanding use of technology, so deeply embedded in our lives, there’s something new to consider when updating your Will. Since there is so much information online about us including Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Google+, and more, did you…

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Bash Flaw Affecting Linux and Mac Systems

I love pointing out flaws with Apple, simply because people are so ignorant saying “Apple is better than Microsoft because they never get viruses or crash”.  People purchasing Apple for the sole reason of thinking they don’t have problems are in for a rude awakening.  Especially after recent events that hit the news.  Most upsetting is that Apple representatives…

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New Canadian anti-spam laws

Marketing in this world of technology now that we evolved to a point that new laws had to be created to govern the processes. Just as we had to create a new mailing list with opt-in clients only, you also will need to do the same if you send emails out regularly to clients and/or prospects.  You could be fined…

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Heartbleed bug

If you haven’t heard yet, this is all over the Internet. The Heartbleed bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library.  This is used by 2/3 (two thirds) of the Internet including remote support tools by your technician, etc.  You can read a lot about this bug at their website http://heartbleed.com/ I’ve always told people to…

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