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Microsoft Says Office 365 Users Should Use Spam Filter

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Microsoft recently updated their support page and offered additional guidance to network admins as it relates to Office 365’s built-in spam filters.  The gist of the update is that they strongly advise against turning the auto-filters off. They provided some additional guidelines if you decide to bypass them for one reason or another. Here are […]


New Adware Discovered On Hundreds Of Androids Apps

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Bad news for Android users.  Recently, Google discovered that more than two hundred apps on the Play Store had been infected with the ‘BeiTaAd’ plugin. This plugin is the latest in a large and growing collection of advertising libraries that have been misused and abused by advertisers. It should be noted that BeiTaAd didn’t start […]


Apple Is Saying Goodbye To iTunes With New Service

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It’s the end of an era.  In 2001, Apple introduced iTunes, which transformed the music industry. For the first time ever, it was possible to buy individual songs, transfer files, and automatically sync data. It was safe and secure, and people flocked to it in droves. The truth is that iTunes isn’t so much going away, as […]


Quest Diagnostics Suffers Massive Data Breach Affecting Millions

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Chances are good that you or someone you know has had some type of medical testing done by the US Clinical Laboratory, Quest Diagnostics. If that’s the case, then there’s bad news. The company recently announced that they’ve suffered a massive data breach that exposed personal, confidential patient information of more than 11.9 million people. […]


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