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Prepare For Windows Server 2012 End Of Support

Another week, another Microsoft "End of Life" reminder to write about. This time, it's Windows Server 2012 R2.  If you're a user, then you're probably already aware of the looming deadline. If ...

Tech FAQs: Answers to Your Top Tough Questions

Introduction When technology doesn’t work the way it’s supposed to, you can get frustrated fast. That’s probably why you’re on Google right now, frantically searching for answers to turn ...

Microsoft Is Phasing Out Windows 8.1

If you are still using Windows 8.1 and if you've somehow managed to avoid seeing the parade of notices Microsoft has been sending out, you should know that the end is nigh. ...

Twilio Data Breach Happened Via Employee Smishing

Twilio is the Cloud Communications Company. They are the latest to fall victim to a data breach. The company recently disclosed that some of its customer data was accessed by unknown attackers ...

OpenSea Warns Users Of Phishing Attacks From Data Breach

Are you a fan of NFTs?  If so, you've probably heard of OpenSea, which is the largest marketplace for non-fungible tokens. If you have an account there, be aware that recently the ...

Raccoon Stealer Malware: What You Need to Know

Introduction First making real headlines in 2019, the Raccoon Stealer malware originated on the Dark Web and quickly proliferated. This isn’t just because the sole perpetrator got busy, but ...

Microsoft Office And Google Docs Sync For Offline Use

Recently, Google announced a small but significant change to Google Docs.  Now, if you have enabled offline access for files you have stored on your Google Drive, the system will auto-sync any ...

Secret Twitter Accounts Are Not What You Think

Do you have a Twitter account?  Have you been patting yourself on the back while assuming that your identity was a secret, allowing you to ply the waters of Twitter in anonymity? ...

Malware Is Targeting Small Office And Home Office Routers

Researchers at Lumen's Black Lotus Labs recently spotted evidence of a highly sophisticated and tightly targeted campaign aimed at SOHO (small office/home office) routers across both Europe and North America. Based on ...

Rely on Medical Devices? They’re Getting More Cyber-Secure

Introduction In light of increasing cyber-threats over the past several years, governments, industries and individuals all over the world are turning their sights toward improving cybersecurity. Regulations are expanding ...

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