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Uninstall SearchProtect e from your system in quick easy steps

There is an annoying icon in the taskbar which has started to hijack your computer. Your Internet Explorer and other browsers may have started to act funny opening up strange start-up pages. 191 more words


Online Threat: Downloading Unsafe Files

Seems pretty obvious, but it clearly happens all the time.   One step you can take is to be very very careful of the pop windows and dialog boxes asking for confirmation to install software. 479 more words

Computing Security

New Malware can Track your Smartphone without even access to Location Data

Malicious software can track your smartphone simply by measuring the way it uses power even without access to location data, scientists warn.

The technique is based on the idea that a smartphone’s power usage depends largely on the distance from the nearest base station.  223 more words


Lenovo Slipped Superfish Malware Into Laptops (Windows 8.1)

Lenovo Slipped Superfish Malware Into Laptops (Windows 8.1)

If you have missed the security furor over Lenovo pre-installing adware (antispyware catagory of antimalware products) you may want to check out these news links for information, degree of danger, and most importantly removal instructions (easy). 557 more words

BlueCollarPC WordPress Blog

Online Threat: Clicking on the wrong links.

According to Symantec, incidents of spam email with links to malware increased by 41% in just one month from November to December 2014. http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/malicious-links-spammers-change-malware-delivery-tactics

But that’s just email. 404 more words

Computing Security

Activation of Light to Clear Soul Wounding ... by Alice


Dear Ones,

It’s incredible how a few conflicting ‘scripts’ can snag up our lives, sending us round and round a track that deprives us of joy. 402 more words


Security researchers: Over 5 Billion Android apps open to hacking

”Over five billion downloaded Android apps are vulnerable to being hacked, cybersecurity researchers have found, as attackers exploit flaws in Google’s operating system,” Arjun Kharpal reports for CNBC. 257 more words