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Windows Possibly Removing Option To Use Outdated Wifi Connections

If you haven't already installed the 1903 Windows 10 update released in May, be advised. When you install it, you'll start seeing warning popup boxes any time you connect to a WiFi ...

Cloud Computing

Summary: The cloud is an amazing storage space for business data. Dave Hodgdon and Lonnie Cherry from Portsmouth Computer Group discuss different options for best utilizing the cloud. Listen or read more to find out which option is best for ...

Latest Windows 7 Update Could Cause AntiVirus Program Issues

If you're still using Windows 7, you probably already know that Microsoft recently threw users of some of it's older operating systems a bone when they issued a rare, emergency security patch ...

Instagram User Information May Have Been Available To Hackers

Do you have an Instagram account? If so, be advised that David Stier (a business consultant and researcher for CNET) has recently discovered a flaw in Instagram's website that exposed thousands of ...

Google Bug Exposed Passwords For Some GSuite Enterprise Customers

Even companies that are normally quite good at providing security for their users occasionally wind up with egg on their faces.  Google is a classic case in point, in this instance.  Recently, ...

Digital Skimmers Are Dangerous For Websites With E-Commerce

If your business website incorporates an e-Commerce platform that allows you to sell directly to your customers, be aware. According to the latest research by the security firm RiskIQ, there are currently ...

Malware Focused On Mobile Banking Greatly Increased In 2019

Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have been tracking a disturbing new trend. In the first quarter of 2019, the company has noted a massive 58 percent increase in modifications of various banking Trojan ...

Windows Update Is Installing Files Two Times On PC

Microsoft continues to struggle where releasing smooth Windows 10 updates are concerned. This latest OS update doesn't contain file deleting problems, and it won't give you the dreaded Blue Screen of Death. ...

Acceptable Use Policy, Password Policy, Ransomware, Firewall, Web Content and Filtering

Mike:  We call it a tech Tuesday here because we've got our cybersecurity experts, Dave Hodgdon and Steve Ripper from the Portsmouth Computer Group with offices in Dover in Portsmouth and they're here joining us this morning in studio to ...

Some Cisco Devices May Be Vulnerable To Hacker Attacks

Intel has been in the news several times over the last 18 months due to serious security flaws that have been found in their chipsets, beginning with the dreaded Spectre and Meltdown ...

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