Archive for Technical

April 2019 Outlook.com compromised!

Microsoft indicated that it was a limited number of Outllook.com accounts.

Can you be forced to give access to your cell phone by police

Biometrics vs Password or Passcode? Allowing law enforcement access to your cell phone or being compelled to do so. The controversy in the courts is an interesting story.One of the more interesting parts is the difference between passcode usage and biometrics. You may want to think twice about not using a passcode. Take a read […]

Holiday shuffle did you accidently make data go away?

Data Recovery Looking for a tool to try to recover lost data (accidentally deleted)? This tool may be just the thing you need. There are many tools out there to choose from.  This tool came as a suggestion from a long time client. He said he was able to recover lost data from a drive […]

3-D printing goes to the military

3D barracks printed in 40 hours…

Facebook lack of privacy

What do you think? Is the government, county records, loan companies etc just as guilty of panhandling our personal information?

What does Ronald Regan have to do with security breaches?

Phishing attacks on Gmail sending users to a Ronald Regan website….

Over 1 Million 3D printers!

1 Million 3D printer sold…

IOT secure or not? I think not

Imagine that your refrigerator and its companions can work against you in coordinated effort. Great now that I got your attention I want to reiterate an ongoing theme device on the internet pose a security threat. At this time I believe now and forever or at least a really long time.  Over and over again […]

New Locky  Strain Evades Machine Learning Security Software

…“That’s why even machine learning is not sufficient in making these kind of detections,” he continued. “Complex solutions are needed to run the script dynamically, download actual payload, and perform malware analysis to conclude that it is phishing.”…

Steve K. review on our repair of a Microsoft Surface Pro

…out the door price way below the other guys!

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