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…

Facebook lack of privacy

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

WanaCry and Microsoft EOL what versions are affected?

WanaCryptor Virus WanaCry appeared this past weekend 5/12/2017. In early news reports Microsoft reports that the virus used an exploit found in XP. They even put out a message shaming companies for using old versions of the software.  Yet If you look on Microsoft’s website for End Of Life you will see that extended life […]

Intel chip flaw allows hackers to hijack thousands of PCs

Thousands of PCs could be vulnerable …

Email scam targeting AOL users March 2017

AOL Scam Email indicating failed service charges Not a new scam but we wanted to put it up and remind people that  scams like these exist. If you get an email that looks like these you most likely wan to delete them. One thing you can do is check out the link in most emails by […]

Font Wasn’t Found Google Chrome Malware Scam

It’s a Trap! Scammers and hackers are targeting Google Chrome users …

GOP chairman open to some regulation of internet devices

GOP chairman open to some regulation of internet devices A Republican chairman says he’s open to a “certain level of regulation” on internet-connected devices to prevent a repeat of a recent major cyberattack. But Rep. Greg Walden (Ore.) also said new cybersecurity rules might not be enough. “While I’m not taking certain level of regulation […]

E2 Computers has a Carbonite Store

Carbonite Store ] DIY – If you plan to install it yourself please visit our self checkout store. Carbonite Store

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