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The Gist of Heartbleed

What is going on?! ———————————————————- On April 7, 2014 a simple coding flaw was discovered in OpenSSL. OpenSSL is an encryption library used, predominantly by Linux and Unix-based systems, to secure data as it traverses the Internet (keeps your data from getting in the hands of others). The coding flaw (CVE-2014-0160) was introduced into OpenSSL […]

Missing Malaysian Airliner Scam

If you receive a email or see a Facebook post that claims to have photos or a video of the missing airliner, do not click it. Malware can be spread through these links and questionnaires that are asking for your personal information are being shared on Facebook. There is not a reputable entity that would […]

World Backup Day

Today is World Backup Day. Take the time to backup your files on a USB stick or on something like Dropbox. Should you ever lose your device, you will still have precious files like family photos in the backup. World Backup Day Page Apple Backup Instructions Windows Backup Instructions

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