Category: Technology

LinkedIn password breach – time for a password refresher

How strong is your password game?

The LinkedIn password breach is still haunting us. Here’s how to strengthen your password game.

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Quicktime End of Life Announced

Quicktime End of Life

Apple has announced it is pulling the plug on Quicktime and no more security updates will be provided. Time to uninstall!

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Google says no more Chrome support for XP users

google chrome no support for xp

Chrome support for XP is ending in April 2016. If you are still using this old operating system it leaves you even more vulnerable to exploits.

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Windows 10 is the worst spyware ever produced

Windows 10 The Spyware That Loved Me

There’s a lot of chatter about Windows 10 being the first totally spyware operating system. Here’s my take.

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Acrobat Reader DC – 3 ways to lock down the cloud

Lock down Acrobat Reader DC Dropbox

Acrobat Reader DC has integrated cloud features that are awesome. And you might want to turn them off. Here’s how to do it.

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Security tips, Reading the Fine Print and Windows 10 beta


Three for the price of one. How to protect yourself online with two-factor authentication. Beware the fine print. And a quick note about Windows 10.

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The Internet of Things is scary

Beware of The Thing

There’s no stopping it. The Internet of Things is here and will grow to 26 billion devices by 2020. That’s a lot of devices and security flaws are going to be abundant.

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Windows Server 2003 EOL security concerns

Windows Server 2003 EOL is near

In just about a year Windows Server 2003 will be put to bed. No more updates. Here’s my best advice on what you can do to ensure you remain as secure as possible.

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Defense in Depth and Layered Security Explained

Defense in Depth and Layered Security

What is “Defense in Depth” and is it appropriate for your small business? You betcha! More than appropriate, I think it is mandatory.

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LA County chooses Office 365

Office 365 chosen by LA County - LA Confidential

Los Angeles County is moving over 100,000 users to Office 365 and you should, too.

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