The Busy Computer Seasons: a Virus Writer’s dream! by André Thomas In the world of computers, there are two primary busy seasons – the holiday shopping season of November and December as well as Tax Time, though not in the ways you might expect. Viruses, malware and spyware have an ebb[...]
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The other day I decided to try out the new Pre-Release of Internet Explorer (IE) 10. At first… it seemed a LOT better… loading pages faster (almost as fast, if not as fast as Chrome), none of those annoying error message saying that the webpage crashed (even when it hadn’t) on the[...]
Having a Clean, non-infected website for customers is vital for any business — and especially for a Computer Repair Business! The Holiday Season is the #1 time that Viruses are spread because they are attempting to get your CC#s… and the worst part is, you might not find out for[...]
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avast! Antivirus is able to detect the *New* Microsoft IE Zero-Day Attack. Here is an excerpt from their blog: “It was brought to our attention by this thorough Eric Romang article that a new zero-day exploit (an exploit actively used by cybercriminals in the wild) targets a bug in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE)[...]