Monthly Archives: August 2012

Facebook App Center: Sneaky?

Originally posted on Paul's Internet Security Blog:
According to a recent NakedSecurity.sophos.com article; the new Facebook App Center is up to Facebook.com’s old tricks of trying to influence users to ignore the meager privacy protection tools available and allow…

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A Huge List of FREE Computer Security Products and Services

Originally posted on What's On My PC:
One of my favorite tech sites is Gizmo’s – The Best Freeware…  Today, during a visit I came across a huge list of FREE computer security products and services that is maintained…

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SoftPerfect Network Scanner – Free Network Scanner

SoftPerfect’s Network Scanner is a free multi-threaded scanner that scans multiple protocols at once and offers dozens of configuration options to find detailed information.   This portable program comes in 32 and 64 bit and can be ran from a flashdrive. … Continue reading

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Best Wireless Access Point for classrooms and events

We were looking for a solution to several classrooms that are completely wireless and needed an access point that could handle the traffic and any interference.   With the growing trend of BYOD, classrooms easily double and triple in their … Continue reading

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Sirefef infections explode due to new infection technique

The Sirefef/Zaccess family of Trojans – designed to download other malware, disable the machine’s security features, and often make lasting changes to the computer – is usually distributed to unsuspecting victims via email spam campaigns. But its peddlers have lately … Continue reading

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Neil Armstrong

As many of my students know; I am a NASA buff and love the engineering feats we had in the ’60s and ’70s.   Neil Armstrong (1930-2012)

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Originally posted on TCAT Shelbyville – Technical Blog:
Have you ever noticed the administrator account doesn’t show up during logon with Vista or 7?  Well here’s what you can do. Go to a command prompt as the administrator. type cmd…

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