August 27, 2016

DROPBOX BREACH?

Was Dropbox security breached back in 2012? Were those compromised login and passwords ever published and used? Leaving this discussion aside it is best not to take your chances when it comes to online security. If you have not changed your password for Dropbox in the last 30 months, take […]

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June 26, 2015

Getting Serious About a Website?

So, you finally decided you needed a website? Great, now the real work starts. This article is about things you need to know before starting the project. Even if you’re considering hiring a web designer/programmer or webmaster there are things every website owner must know. Here’s the short list: WEBSITE […]

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June 11, 2015

Updating Java Adobe and Silverlight

Some commonly used programs such as Java, Adobe® Flash® Player, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight require to be constantly updated to patch up against known vulnerabilities exploits. Also, as computer software evolves, these products require the latest version available for optimal compatibility. In updating a user can run into trouble when a “helpful” […]

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June 11, 2015

Is Flash Player infecting my PC?

Is Adobe® Flash® Player infecting my PC? Short answer: NO. Adobe® Flash® Player is a well rounded product and it doesn’t infect your computer. Granted, there have been some known vulnerabilities that make Flash Player susceptible to be infected by malicious code. In our experience, it’s not so much Adobe® Flash® Player being the […]

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April 17, 2015

Fraud Using Microsoft Name

Scammers are very active. They want your money, your confidential data and your computer internet connection. They call posing as Microsoft Support, or as your Antivirus People (TrendMicro, Norton, Symantec, Kaspersky), they even call saying they’re the Windows people. They might even tell you they they’re the only ones that […]

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March 24, 2014

Health Insurance Marketplace

In case you or someone you know needs to apply for the Health Insurance Marketplace; avoid any bumps during the online application process by reading their browser compatibility specifications. We’re posting some of the information from the healthcare.gov website bellow. Please click here to find out much more.   Operating Systems and […]

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Create Internet Shortcut on your Desktop
November 30, 2013

URL Desktop Shortcuts

There are some websites you use frequently. Almost daily. This is how you create a desktop shortcut to a website, this will save you some time and prevent typos that might land you on a different page. Note of caution, don’t get carried away creating these desktop shortcuts; otherwise your […]

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