I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
News - Infected Computers Could Lose Internet Access Monday
Hard drive evolution could hit Microsoft XP users
A new update released by McAfee for their anti-virus software contains a false positive that can potentially cause Windows XP with Service Pack 3 computers to not be able to boot up again. This problem is caused by a false positive for the w32/wecorl.a worm in their 5958 DAT update, which would cause the C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe file to be mistakenly deleted. This file is an Windows system file required to start many critical services. Therefore, once this file is deleted, Windows will no longer be able to start.
Windows XP users will not be able to run the final version of Internet Explorer 9, according to Microsoft executives, cutting out a decade-old, yet still popular operating system.
Inside a global cybercrime ring
Microsoft Windows thwarts police efforts to cut child porn
Each year, the first week of April brings an increase in spyware and malware infections.
You may have noticed after upgrading to IE8 that your links folder in Favorites is missing and it is now replaced with Favorites Bar. Now you cannot just copy the favorite’s folder to backup. You must use the Export feature in IE.
Search for the application Twitter in your FB search box.
Google phases out support for IE6
Microsoft Patch Conflicts with Some Malware to Cause Blue Screen of Death Crash
This new type of attack on your computer will encrypt your files and require you to pay them to decrypt them.
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Hackers may slip through hole found in Adobe tools
I have review many anti-spyware software on this blog. All very good.
While at the Neighborhood Watch last month, a few people said they could not open the Word Document or Excel Spreadsheet for the crime stats. This was puzzling because they could open the ones before.
A virus designed to target Mac computers has been detected in the wild. The virus, called 'iBotNet', first came to the attention of computer security firms at the start of the year and infected at least several thousand machines.