Review: Version 3 of Zoho Writer
It’s been a long time since my last post and as anyone who has spent anytime on my blog knows that I am a fan of online or “cloud” based software, and the software from Zoho.com has always been a favorite of mine. So I thought I would update [...]
Setting up email with Godaddy, or most hosting providers is pretty simple as long as you follow all of the steps.
I’m not going to spend time writing a technical aritcle on setting up Outlook 2010 or any other email client as most ISP and Web Host do a great job already. See an example [...]
7 Steps to Securing a Microsoft Windows 7 computer.
These steps can be used for a new or used system, and if you are attempting to secure an already used computer there is a chance the process could cause you to lose valuable data so first backup the computer.
To guard against data loss a full backup or your [...]
Microsoft Updates for Duqu Microsoft which earlier promised a security update earlier this week released a temporary patch to deal with the virus, which targets victims via email with a Microsoft Word attachment.
Security researchers became aware of Duqu in October when Symantec said it had found a virus that contained code similar to Stuxnet, a [...]
Why you might want to switch from your Internet Service Providers name resolution servers? Faster browsing speed, security features, and reliability.
Security is achieved through real-time block list (RBL) of harmful websites, phishing sites, malware sites, and spyware sites.
Speed can be achieved by improved latency between client and DNS resolving server, latency between resolving [...]
My Secure Backup
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My Secure Backup is more than an online or cloud based backup.
Computer failures, missing or stolen laptops, and corrupted files are facts of life and without a fail-safe backup, your business is exposed.
No more ’123456′ passwords for Hotmail users! Hotmail upgrades security requirements.
And it is about time. Users obviously will not make these changes so it is going to be up to the information system providers to enforce these measures to secure their services.
I think the next step will be setting time limits on the passwords [...]
Free software in Android Markets and Malware. Why we need to be careful of we download from software marketplaces.
We all install those fun and free Android applications on occasion without thinking about what we might be opening. And besides Android devices, this Trojan spyware also affects Nokia’s Symbian, Blackberry, And Windows Phone.
Zitmo, a [...]
It looks like the exploits by hacking group Anonymous continue.
From Yahoo NEWS:
Hacker group Anonymous released a trove of military email addresses and passwords it claimed to have plundered from the network of US defense consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton.
Anonymous made available a file containing more than 90,000 email addresses and other information [...]
An interesting security report, PandaLabs reveals that the past quarter has been one of the worst in history.
“PandaLabs, Panda Security’s anti-malware laboratory, today published its Quarterly Report for Q2, analyzing the IT security events and incidents from April through June 2011. As the report outlines, this quarter has been one of the worst on [...]