Internet Explorer major security alert
Security Alert: Critical Flaw in Internet Explorer Detected – Take Action Now!
A major security issue has been discovered in Internet Explorer, affecting pretty much all versions of it.
Microsoft is working on a fix. As soon as one is available, Eyes Everywhere I.T. consulting will deploy the patch out to our clients. We prioritize your security and will proactively handle the patch without any support calls required .No need to call in for support for this, we will do it for you.
It is strongly advised to limit Internet Explorer usage and switch to alternative browsers like Firefox or Chrome for enhanced security. Safeguard your online activities now!
Heartbleed security hole …What you should do
Heartbleed Security Hole: Eyes Everywhere I.T. Consultants Takes Action for Toronto and GTA Clients and Beyond
The Heartbleed security hole that is affecting many websites is not as prevalent as originally thought (“only” 17% as opposed to over 60%), however, this is still a significant problem. Eyes Everywhere I.T. Consultants has patched any websites listed that affect our clients in the Toronto and GTA area, but the problem is global.
Time to Act: Change Passwords for Heartbleed-Affected Websites
Most big websites have patched their systems already, so now it’s time to change your passwords. Please have a look at the websites that Mashable has put together here. If you are in the affected list, and have received a patch, please change your password on that site. If not, wait. There are many more websites that are affected, and not all will probably inform their users, so please contact them to make sure. http://mashable.com/2014/04/09/heartbleed-bug-websites-affected/
Canada is 17th most virus-infected country…
Canada is 17th most computer virus-infected country, according to Kaspersky…Not good, people! Although not all viruses, adware, malware and other vulnerabilities can be stopped, proper maintenance and protective measures in place can drastically reduce such infections!
See nice representation of the world infections here: http://cybermap.kaspersky.com/