Monthly Archives: February 2011

Spyware on phones listens on your conversations

As if malware isn't bad enough on the computer, new spyware has been found that, if downloaded, conferences your phone calls to malicious sources who can listen in for sensitive or vital information to use for their own purposes. Another piece of ...
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15 Stupid Small Business Tech Mistakes

As a small business, you have many functions that need to be run, but oftentimes technology takes a back seat, when it should be one of the critical aspects to secure. Do you have a backup procedure for your files and network? Do you have anti-vir...
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Bloatware killing your laptop

A recent report about HP laptops was scathing about their Wi-Fi software spiking the laptops usage. A simple program that merely checks if a Wi-Fi adapter was turned on or off was causing the issue of spiking the CPU usage to 99% and killing the l...
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87% of Fortune 1000 companies infected with malware

Attending a security conference yesterday, I was stunned to see that statistic. From the Risk Management Association, 87% is the approximate percentage of Fortune 1000 companies that have computers that are infected with viruses, malware, and/or b...
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