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How to Personalize Your Windows 10 Lock Screen

While the Windows 10 lock screen might seem like nothing more than a stylish background for your login menu, dig beneath the surface and you will find a range of personalized features that can truly improve your daily user experience. Share these simple tweaks that can help your customers get the most out of their lock screen.

Common Web Browser Problems and How to Fix Them

Web browsers sometimes suffer from slow loading times or constantly crashing web pages. There are many concerns that can significantly hamper your online experience. Share these simple fixes with your customers to help them resolve even the most frustrating browsing issues, while reminding them of your expertise in solving all of their IT problems.

Cracking the Passwords of Some WPA2 Wi-Fi Networks Just Got Easier

Developers at the password recovery website Hashcat were testing potential vulnerabilities in the new WPA3 protocol when they stumbled upon a new technique for cracking PSK passwords on WPA2-protected networks. It is now easier than ever for hackers to capture information from any of your connected devices. Alert your customers about this new threat and drive consulting business to help them secure their networks.

Hackers Infect Over 200,000 MikroTik Routers With Crypto Mining Malware

Crypto currencies have shaken up the world economy over the past couple of years. They have also added some significant new threats to the cybersecurity landscape: In particular, researchers have noticed a worrying rise in crypto-mining attacks across public and private networks. Share this article to help your customers secure their networks to protect themselves.

A Big Upgrade to Wi-Fi Security is Coming

The Wi-Fi Alliance has moved to finalize a new, updated security protocol for Wi-Fi devices called WPA3 to replace the WPA2 standard which has been around for over 14 years. Share this article with your customers to alert them of upcoming security enhancements so they can plan their budgets to upgrade.

Why You Need To Stop Using SMS for Two-Factor Authentication

SMS verification works on the principle that only authorized account users have access to their phone number, which is not always true in practice. Vulnerabilities in the phone network and with cell phone companies allow attackers to hijack SMS messages. Share this article with your customers to highlight these dangers so they can protect themselves.

How to Build a Disaster Recovery Plan

As data loss due to data breaches and disasters are on the rise, disaster recovery planning has become even more important for every organization. Share this article with your customers to give them a basic guide for developing a disaster recovery plan that suits their business requirements.

Spammers Are Getting Smarter – Be Careful Not to Fall for...

According to researchers, email has become the prime attack vector for cyber criminals because traditional exploits have become are increasingly ineffective. New spamming techniques, including phone calls, combine to increase the chances of a successful attack. Give your customers insights into these new trends.

How Do I Remove Malware?

Malware, short for ‘Malicious Software’, can infect your computer even when you have anti-malware software installed on it. Share this article to help your customers protect and clean their computers.

Will Your Mac Run Apple’s new MacOS Mojave?

New releases of macOS often are accompanied by a list of hardware that is no longer supported. Alert your customers to the pending release of macOS Mojave and prepare them for possible hardware upgrades to keep up-to-date with the latest software.