Passwords – Lookout Security shares best practices

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Informative mobile and website password techniques are shared: https://blog.lookout.com/blog/2013/01/11/how-to-create-a-secure-password/ QUOTE: Here are a few tips we pulled together to help. Keep in mind, this alone won’t keep you secure — but its a step in the right direction. Specific to mobile phones: 1.Make sure your phone has a password-protected lock-screen. Password (alphanumeric) is the strongest […]

Windows 7 – Internet Explorer 10 status as of JAN 2013

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Neowin shares latest status for the upcoming IE 10 release for Windows 7 http://www.neowin.net/news/microsofts-ie10-launch-looks-imminent QUOTE: In November, Microsoft released a “preview version” of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 to the general public. However, Microsoft has also allowed select users to test updated builds of the web browser via their Connect program. Now, it appears […]

Windows 8 – Neowin article notes UI Advantages

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Neowin blog article notes UI Advantages in “Windows 8 and Why I Love it article” http://www.neowin.net/news/windows-8-why-i-love-it QUOTE: While I’m not against change for the most part, I can understand why people get very passionate when something so ingrained in their lives is taken away from them. By this I am talking about the decision to […]

Facebook – Timeline Change coming in early 2013

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The new Collections Manager will allow improved user tailoring of desired categories. http://mashable.com/2013/01/08/facebook-timeline-change-new/ QUOTE: Remember the Facebook Timeline changes some users started to notice in December? The ones that include a row of fresh options at the top of the page, below your picture, and the banishment of “Maps” and thumbnail images?  Well, the changes […]

Facebook – Online scammers use family information to target Grandparents

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Scammers are using family relationship data and location information to target grandparents. http://facecrooks.com/Scam-Watch/Facebook-Used-as-Tool-to-Con-Grandparents.html QUOTE: Online scammers and con men aren’t known for their tact, but a recent scam in the New York tri-state area that’s targeting grandparents is more malicious than most. Con artists are reportedly using Facebook to find out location info about both […]


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