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Beware of False IRS "Tax Transcript" Email

Yes, it's getting to be that time of year again"¦  What?  You thought I was talking about the Holidays?  Nope, sadly, they're SOOO last week.  What I'm referring to is Tax Time, that ...

Cryptojacking, the new Data Center "Attack Du Jour"

I'm fairly certain that, by now, most of you have heard the term "Cryptojacking".  Do you know what it is and how it works?  If the answer to that is "No" or "I'm ...

Keyboard Shortcuts and System Commands for Popular Programs

In the windows operating system, a keyboard shortcut is a set of one or more keys that invoke a command in software ...

Anti-Virus Email Scanners, A HOAX for the Ages!

Did I read that headline correctly?  A Hoax?  Dude, you MUST be joking or smoking something, how do you figure they're a hoax. Nope, not joking nor high, AND, just to set the ...

RST Company Dinner Party!

Y'all no doubt noticed that there was no new blog post last week.  The reason for this is that your humble author was busy attempting to get ready for his upcoming trip to ...

All Thumbs when typing? Talk instead!

When Roland, Schorr, and Tower first approached me about writing weekly blog articles for them, I was both delighted and terrified.  I was delighted to have a forum where I could talk about ...

Two Factor Authentication for Office 365- What it is, why you need it, and how to set it up.

You've no doubt heard a good many discussions on Two Factor Authentication and wondered about it.  Please read on and I'll tell you all about it. Two Factor Authentication adds an extra layer ...

Windows 10 1809 Feature Update Issues

If you follow any of the computer trade magazines and web sites, you've probably seen that the Windows 10 version 1809 feature update made the news in a not-so-good fashion.  On Tuesday, October ...

Edge- Chrome download- Malware! Say what?

I happened upon an article reference posted by a fellow MVP on Facebook a few days ago that gave me pause to stop and think a bit.  Indeed, he announced the article as ...

Your Encrypted Hard Drive Might Be Wide Open!

The exploits continue.  This one concerns the hardware encrypted Solid State drives that are rapidly being deployed in newer computers, laptops, in particular. Many companies now use full disk encryption for their ...

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