Monthly archive for July 2019

Choosing Passwords Are Critical to Keeping Your Networks Safe and Secure

Don’t get caught assuming your passwords are safe and secure.  Some of them can be cracked by hackers in under an hour.  This article by Inspired e Learning on July 17, 2019 is an interesting […]

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Russian FaceAPP Privacy Concerns

FYI:  The massively popular Russian FaceApp for Android and iOS may be fun, but it also may have serious privacy concerns.  Check out the article by Thomas Brewster at Forbes on July 7, 2019. […]

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Beginning on January 14, 2020, Microsoft will NO LONGER support Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2 and Windows 7 Operating System.  We are here to help you migrate to current versions for greater security and performances. […]

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Texting on Smartphones May be Hacked

Most of us only look out for hackers and their threats when checking our email.  But SMISHING is even becoming more of a potential danger to texting on Smartphones. In an article by Luke Larson […]

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Mobile Security Threats

In an article by Steven Lerner on May 27, 2019 ( he writes about the 5 biggest mobile security threats in 2019 which include the following:  Fake-Public Wi-Fi Networks, Malware-Ridden Apps, Data Leakage, SMiShing, […]

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