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Mobile Device Privacy

Posted by on Aug 4, 2017 in Mobile Devices, Security | Comments Off on Mobile Device Privacy

Mobile Device Privacy

Just because it’s not a laptop, doesn’t mean it won’t be targeted. Your Privacy can be comprised on mobile devices just as it can be on a computer.  Every time you add a new application to your device,  you could risk you privacy based on the information the app is allowed to access via the permission settings. Watch this 2:20 minute video for information on protecting your mobile device privacy.  

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Be the Ransomware

Posted by on Jul 24, 2017 in Blog, Tech Fun | Comments Off on Be the Ransomware

Be the Ransomware

So it’s Monday, it’ll be hot today, and you just may not be in the mood to work. Well, let you boss know you may a little late on the project because you are infecting the network. Or let them know you’ll be out exercising your eye hand timing and...

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Beware of Public Wi-FI

Posted by on Jun 25, 2017 in Blog, Mobile Devices, Security | Comments Off on Beware of Public Wi-FI

Beware of Public Wi-FI

Its summer time!!! That means its vacations, camps, and spending more time in other places; and most of us will be taking our mobile devices and laptops with us on these outings. But cell service may not be available in these areas, or you may consider saving cellular data usage by using the “Free Public Wi-Fi” at the hotel, coffee shop or restaurant. While this may seem like a great idea, you should consider who else is using the same Wi-Fi or network. Is the Wi-Fi really be offered by the place you are at or someone nefarious...

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How You are Tracked Across Google

Posted by on May 26, 2017 in Blog, Security | Comments Off on How You are Tracked Across Google

How You are Tracked Across Google

Social media is a great way to stay in touch with friends and family by reading this, commenting about that, and posting the latest pictures. However, all that info is not read only by your family, friends and followers. Multiple companies source that information and uses it to track or target your profile for mostly advertising, but some may be nefarious. Below is an article about how Google tracks your actions across the Internet and social media. Be sure to always read any the Terms of Agreements or Use Polices and updates from all your of...

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Typical Support Call

Posted by on Nov 23, 2016 in Blog, Tech Fun | Comments Off on Typical Support Call

Typical Support Call

Maybe not this quick, but we’ve got your back on tech support.

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iPhone Screen Breakdown

Posted by on Oct 28, 2016 in Blog, Tech Fun | Comments Off on iPhone Screen Breakdown

iPhone Screen Breakdown

Throw back to one of the best Halloween...

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Just a Password?

Posted by on Oct 24, 2016 in Blog, Security, Tech Fun | Comments Off on Just a Password?

Just a Password?

Here’s a little ditty about login and authenticate.

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Stop Passing the Hoax and Check Your Privacy

Posted by on Oct 19, 2016 in Blog, Security | Comments Off on Stop Passing the Hoax and Check Your Privacy

Stop Passing the Hoax and Check Your Privacy

Stop Passing the Hoax and Check Your Privacy Recycling can be good but not if it’s a hoax. Every couple of years we see an old hoax come back, updated as needed, and people continue to believe it and share it on their social media sites. I’ve seen several posts on my Facebook Timeline from others “warning” friends that Facebook will make ALL you posts public even deleted ones. The first thing to know, if it sounds unbelievable then it’s probably unbelievable. The other facts, Facebook is a business and publicly...

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Abandoned Devices

Posted by on Oct 12, 2016 in Blog | Comments Off on Abandoned Devices

Abandoned Devices

We’ve been clearing out some old hardware and came across an iPhone 4 CDMA (Verizon). It was dropped off a year or more ago by a customer for a screen repair, but they never followed up. It is locked to an iTunes account that shows to be j*****@yahoo.com. If this is your iPhone or yours was lost or stolen please contact me. You will need to prove ownership by activating via your iCloud account. Also you may use Find iPhone to be notified of its location.

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Recalling the Galaxy

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Recalling the Galaxy

Recalling the Galaxy

Bad news for Galaxy 7 owners, worse for Samsung. Just announced, over 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 phones have been recalled. As of yet, Samsung has not released the recall process for its customers.

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