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Tamper Protection Enabled By Default In Windows 10 Update

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Do you have the new Windows 10? If you’re not sure, the most recent version (as of the time this article was written) is version 1903, which was the May 2019 update. Assuming you’ve got that version or later, you should have Microsoft’s Tamper Protection enabled by default. If you’re not sure what the big […]


Support For Microsoft Office 2010 Ending Soon Upgrade Recommended

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Are you still using Microsoft Office 2010? If so, Microsoft recently issued a reminder you’re not going to like hearing. Extended Support for Office 2010 expires on October 13th, 2020, so time is running out to upgrade. The company’s official recommendation is to upgrade to either Office 365 ProPlus, or Office 2019. In addition to […]


Twitter Utilized User 2FA Phone Numbers For Ad Targeting

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Twitter isn’t having a good year.  Over the past twelve months, the company has fessed up to half a dozen bugs and blunders that have left the company with egg on their faces and have earned the ire of their burgeoning user base. In late 2018, the company disclosed a bug that shared a variety […]


Screen Protectors Circumvent Fingerprint Security On Samsung Devices

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Do you own a Samsung Galaxy S10?  If so, one of the reasons you bought it may be because of its cutting-edge biometric technology. It utilizes ultrasounds to create a detailed 3D map of your fingerprint and thus, provides a greater level of security. Earlier in the year, the company warned its customers against using […]


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