Windows Update Breaks More Systems

Windows Update Breaks More Systems

As many may know, there was a rather large update earlier in the month. This version Windows update 1803, added many features to Windows 10, mostly cosmetic. However, that didn’t stop the Windows update from wreaking havoc on older systems that were updated to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1. These issues can […]

Y.A.F.E. (Yet Another Flash Exploit)

Y.A.F.E. (Yet Another Flash Exploit)

Adobe has released a new patch to address a new Adobe Flash Exploit that infects Office documents. If you must still use Adobe Flash (even having it installed on your system), please ensure to ALWAYS keep Adobe Flash up-to-date. This technology has been deprecated largely to the fact that it is so vulnerable to attacks. […]

Nvidia To Drop 32-Bit GPU Driver Support

Nvidia To Drop 32-Bit GPU Driver Support

At the end of April 2018, Nvidia no longer offers graphic card driver updates for 32-bit operating systems. While this is not surprising considering that all current operating systems have been distributed as 64-bit for quite some time, there are still users who are using older 32-bit versions of Windows and Linux that this will […]

Microsoft Unveils Gaming Controller for Customers with Disabilities

Microsoft Unveils Gaming Controller for Customers with Disabilities

This month Microsoft has unveiled the Xbox Adaptive Controller that will work on both Xboxes and Windows PCs.  A controller developed especially for customers with limited mobility the controller features a number of very notable feature.  The most notable however is its price point, at $99.99 the controller is extremely affordable compared to most other […]

Blue Screens Delay Spring Creators Windows 10 Update

Blue Screens Delay Spring Creators Windows 10 Update

Microsoft admitted recently that the reason it did not launch the Spring Creators Update for Windows 10 on time was because of technical issues the company encountered with the supposed final release. More precisely, Microsoft says it encountered a higher percentage of Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) errors on PCs, the company’s Insiders Program managers […]

Russia Router Malware Update

Russia Router Malware Update

Is your router affected? Cisco’s Talos has released additional details regarding VPNFilter, including a longer list of affected routers and possible attacks. In a follow-up post, Cisco’s Talos has discovered “a new stage 3 module that injects malicious content into web traffic as it passes through a network device.” Better known as a “man-in-the-middle” attack, […]

GeForce Partner Program Rumors Confirmed by ASUS?

GeForce Partner Program Rumors Confirmed by ASUS?

As we stated in our previous look at the GeForce Partner Program(GPP), there have been rumors that Nvidia is requiring board manufacturers to reserve their “Gaming” series of branding for Nvidia cards only. This may have been confirmed unintentionally by Asus. Asus recently released their new branding for their AMD cards. The new branding for […]

Reboot your Router to Avoid Russian Malware FBI Warns

Reboot your Router to Avoid Russian Malware FBI Warns

The FBI recently issued a security notice warning that all home and small office routers should be rebooted after Cisco’s Talos group discovered sophisticated Russian-linked VPNFilter malware infecting at least 500,000 networking devices. “VPNFilter is able to render small office and home office routers inoperable,” the FBI warns. “The malware can potentially also collect information passing through the […]

Spring Creators Update New Feature

Spring Creators Update New Feature

Microsoft is rolling out their Spring Creators Update which apparently has been delayed because the update has caused many machines to have the infamous BSoD (Blue Screen of Death). Don’t be shocked, any of you remember the public debut of Windows 98 (I believe) where Bill Gates was giving a demo and during the world […]

PCI Compliance…

PCI Compliance…

Any organization that accepts cards as a form of payment or provides services to merchants in the areas of transmission, storage or processing of credit card data must comply with the standards of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council. PCI compliance is key and noncompliance can have damaging effects, such as fines, higher […]