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New hack in Honda keyfob

Jimmy Pezzone posted a story on TechSpot about vulnerability in Honda’s keyless entry system. It appears that at least 10 popular models were identified. Read more about the RowlingPWN exploit here. (https://www.techspot.com/news/95239-hackers-discover-vulnerability-allowing-remote-starts-unlocks-popular.html} Don’t forget it is Amazon PrimeDay please visit our affiliate store and see some of the items we added to our Prime Day […]

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EaseUS backup and tool sale

In my previous blog entry, I talked about backing up before updating to the newest version of the operating system. I identified a few tools for doing this. This is an ad for EaseUS bundles that include their backup tool and as you buy the larger bundle tools to try to assist in moving from […]

Backup to protect before major OS upgrades.

Type of backups Local Local backup is simply a backup kept on a local device that you maintain control of. Usually and external hard drive or memory stick. Memory sticks have gotten so large many users have begun to use these instead of drives. External drives can be mechanical – HDD or solid-state – SSD […]

Windows 11 update may not be easy

It looks like Microsoft is requiring many features that older computers do not support. They are going to force an update cycle on equipment. This may not be the best time for it as chips are in heavy demand and production is short for these. This is the error message my computer gave during windows […]

Recently Outlook issues displaying email content

On 5/12/2021 mid morning I started having issues reading mail. I had not done any updates so I was not sure how this started. I am not using Exchange or Office 365 mail for most of my mail but yet I was having this issue. I got a call later in the day from another […]

Idiots point of view on the Colonial pipeline shutdown

I am not an expert in the movement of Fuel in the US, but in the tech industry we always are supposed to have backup plans. The issue I see here is a failure to think. The company computers were hacked causing a shutdown on their transportation business. So in good planning what would be […]

FB hacked again

533 Million Users It appears that FB was hacked and users phone data has been released. This data includes Phone Numbers, Facebook IDs, Full Names, Locations, Birthdates, Bios and possible eMail Addresses. This is according to an article in MarketWatch https://www.marketwatch.com/story/533-million-facebook-users-phone-numbers-and-personal-data-reported-leaked-online-11617475820?mod=mw_more_headlines. They also breakdown the exposure of 533 Million: 32 million US 11 million UK […]

Do you feel like your company security is good.

Workers are not convinced companies are secured from virus attacks…

AOC Warranty Farce

Please republish this on social media sites I want to make sure AOC gets the message. 3-year warranty failure AOC claims in their ads to have a 3-year warranty. I am not just a customer but I am a reseller/retailer and recently got burned by the “So-called Warranty”. In the basic brochure that came with […]

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