Planning for Windows 7 End of Life

By on August 17, 2019

Windows 7 end of life

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Network Security and Support in the Toronto Area

By michaeladmin on April 30, 2019

Network Security and Support

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By michaeladmin on April 25, 2017

The world in which we live gets more technologically advanced every day and things that were previously accessible to only a select few have now become available to pretty much everyone. During the 1980's when personal computers were the newest thing

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Top 10 Vulnerabilities

By on April 18, 2017

Intel Corp is a leader in the tech world of cyber security and uncovers an average of 245 new computer related threats daily. The experts at Intel have developed a Threat Dashboard that lists all the current threats, vulnerabilities, ransomware, expl

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Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)

By on April 9, 2017

The term Potentially Unwanted Programs or PUPs refers to software programs that contain possibly malicious adware or cause other unspecified objectives like installation of toolbars or nefarious programs. The title was given to this type of softwa

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Yahoo Security Breaches

By on March 30, 2017

Yahoo has been repeatedly victimized by nefarious high-profile hacking incidents one of which affected over half a million account holders. Several months after that attack, Yahoo admitted to having been the victim of another breach dating back to 20

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