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Massive WiFi Vulnerability Exposed

TweetWe’ve all been warned against using public WiFi for sensitive communications like banking transactions.  You never know who is on the same network eavesdropping on your traffic.  This is just common sense. However…  On your own personal WiFi network you feel pretty secure, right? Maybe not so much.  For years I’ve told my clients to Continue Reading

Windows 10 Anniversary Update Weirdness

TweetThe Anniversary Update from Hell? Starting on August 2, 2016, The Windows 10 “Anniversary Update” started shoving itself down the throats of an unsuspecting populace.  In many cases the results were unremarkable.  However… Those were the fortunate ones.  In far more cases that should exist, people have experienced a plethora of vexing problems that did Continue Reading

This Week’s Security Risks

TweetPage One – LinkedIn Hacked! This last week, like any other week had its fair share of security attacks.  The most notorious was the LinkedIn hack where 117 Million user name / password combinations were stolen.  Wednesday, May 18, was the date of this event – and yes, if you have a LinkedIn account you Continue Reading

Is Your Router Safe?

TweetFor the typical small business or residential network, the choices for a router are to either stick with what your Internet provider supplies or to supplement that with your own router from the likes of Linksys, Netgear, D-Link and TRENDNet.  A decent router with the ability to handle multiple computers, printers and network storage devices Continue Reading

IOS 9 Upgrade Nightmares and iPhone Hack Alert

TweetJust Avoid IOS 9 Until Apple Releases a .rev Last week Apple turned their latest IOS update loose on an unsuspecting public with some disastrous results.  IOS 9 has caused a massive headache for many users who have decided to take Apple’s advice and update their devices.  As of 4 PM last Thursday, roughly 16% Continue Reading