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CryptoWall 2.0

A new version of the CryptoWall ransomware has been released, titled CryptoWall 2.0, that includes numerous “enhancements” by the malware developer, to resolve issues in the previous version.  Since it was first released, CryptoWall has been a huge threat for computer users and network administrators, as it will encrypt all local data, as well as all data found on network shares. […]

A Short List of Basic Tips for a Longer Lasting PC

Here are a couple of simple things to keep in mind about your computer, to help it have a good long life. Your PC should always be plugged into a power strip/surge protector.  Power spikes and outages can cause major hardware and software issues.  If you experience frequent power outages, you may want to consider getting a […]

MALWARE, AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

This is a repost of our very first blog, back in August of 2010.  In general, not much has changed in the Malware world- it’s still out there, and you still need to protect yourself.  If anything, its coders have gotten sneakier, so our tools have also changed, to keep up with the threats.  We no […]

Save yourself some time and trouble

Ninite.com is a wonderful site that allows you to install and update multiple programs and plug-ins with very little effort or fuss.  Using it is as easy as 1, 2, 3:   Click all the apps you want:  Ninite.com is laid out in a very easy to read and understand fashion.  Apps are divided by […]

Fake Microsoft Tech Support Scammers

People get scammed every day by fake tech support folks making unsolicited phone calls to technically-challenged victims, with the intention of exploiting their computer. Cyber criminals may claim to be “calling on behalf of” Windows Helpdesk, Windows Service Center, or Microsoft Support. Microsoft warned that these scammers will try to “convince you to visit legitimate websites and download software […]