25 January 2006
Did you realise it was so easy to retrieve the contents of your clipboard to a web site. I certainly didn't until I read the piece in the Hands On section of the PCW magazine by Tim Nott.
17 January 2006
You see it in the news again and again: Identity theft, corporate data stolen, private information falling into the wrong hands...
But these kinds of problems are almost all preventable. With the five simple steps outlined here, you can make just about any PC secure from online attacks and data theft. This information is boiled down from literally hundreds of web sites and dozens of newsletter discussions, giving you a one-stop resource you can bookmark and refer to for keeping your PC safe and secure.
Plus, the article contains *dozens* of live links for you, giving you nearly instant access to the many tools and informational resources we discuss. See something you want in the text? It's just a click away!
Let's get started! With the information in this article, you'll be on your way to 365 days of safe computing!
InformationWeek | PC Security | Langa Letter: 5 Essential Steps To PC Security | January 16, 2006
09 January 2006
InformationWeek | PC Hardware | Langa Letter: 10 Critical Factors When Buying A New PC | January 8, 2006
04 January 2006
"It has been confirmed by Royal Mail. The Trading Standards Office is making people aware of the following scam:
A card is posted through your door from a company called PDS (Parcel Delivery Service) suggesting that they were unable to deliver a parcel and that you need to contact them on 0906 6611911 (a Premium rate number)."
I have just had this card through the post and it looks genuine until you read the very small print!