Monthly Archives: February 2013

Metadata scare..

Published on: Author: Mike Hall Leave a comment

Have you heard about this utility? Document Metadata Cleaner.. A quote.. Whenever you create, open, or save a document in Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint, that document may store information (known as metadata) that you had no intention of including or disclosing. Metadata information that can be stored on your documents: Your name Your… Continue reading Metadata scare..

Trusteer update..

Published on: Author: Mike Hall Leave a comment

Don’t blame me, I am only the messenger.. From Trusteer this morning “Please be advised that the links we provided you are short-termed and will expire in the following week.We will publish a fix for this problem soon.” Hopefully, directly after the links already provided expire, eh..

Online banking security..

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Banks are eager to ensure that transactions between themselves and their customers are safe for obvious reasons. To this end, you may get a request to install software called ‘Trusteer Rapport’. Always eager to help out, I landed on the Scotiabank page, saw the request and duly installed it. All appeared to be ok on… Continue reading Online banking security..