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iPhone Theft is Down 20Jun
2014

iPhone Theft is Down

A recent report from "Secure Our Smartphones" shows that iPhone theft is down this year. Thanks to Apple's Activation Lock, ensuring your iPhone can't be used, erased or reactivated without your Apple ID, reports...
Game Requests

Game Requests

27 May 2014
Anyone who is on Facebook knows that the number one complaint of most users is most likely going to be the never ending game requests. From Farmville to Candy Crush Saga, we have all seen these requests flood our...
Anyone who is on Facebook knows that the number one complaint of most users is most likely going to be the never ending game requests. From Farmville to Candy Crush Saga, we have all seen these requests flood our notifications. If you aren't a Facebook gamer, you probably don't have any intentions to be. Apple product blog iMore put together a quick How-To for blocking Facebook game requests on your iPhone or iPad. Check out the full guide here. Put an end to your game request ...
Microsoft releases Internet Explorer patch

Microsoft releases Internet Explorer patch

2 May 2014
We first mentioned the Internet Explorer issue this week. It was initially thought to be worse for XP users, but was so severe that the US and UK both issued warnings to internet users to avoid IE all together....
We first mentioned the Internet Explorer issue this week. It was initially thought to be worse for XP users, but was so severe that the US and UK both issued warnings to internet users to avoid IE all together. Microsoft has responded and fixed the IE bug, even for XP users, who were to no longer receive support. Cnet reports that Microsoft fixed the vulnerability with a patch yesterday, outside of its normal Tuesday cycle. The patch was sent to Internet Explorer 6 through 11, including XP ...
Mircosoft Windows XP users vulnerable while using...

Mircosoft Windows XP users vulnerable while using...

29 April 2014
At the first of the month we reported that Microsoft would be ending its support of their XP operating system. As of April 8, this took effect. Since then there have been reports of different attacks, with more surely...
At the first of the month we reported that Microsoft would be ending its support of their XP operating system. As of April 8, this took effect. Since then there have been reports of different attacks, with more surely to come. This PC World article discusses the issue in detail and gives some simple suggestions for staying safe until you can upgrade your operating system. Luckily, Windows XP users can easily mitigate this vulnerability by simply using any Web browser but Internet Explorer. ...
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