Last week, Microsoft released a security update which happened to cripple an unknown number of PCs running Windows 7. This was brought to light on Friday when Microsoft quietly recommended that customers uninstall a particular security update after users began reporting that it caused their computer to enter the dreaded “Blue Screen Of Death” (BSOD) screen.
A recent study indicates that almost 20 per cent of corporate PCs are infected with some kind of malware. This was reported by threat protection company, Damballa in its newest State of Infections report.
It’s always difficult to guarantee the software you’re using is secure but it is even harder still if the developer of the software or some malicious unknown third party has sneakily embedded a back way. I have outlined the 5 nastiest and most discreet backdoors found on the inter-webs yet. This list will leave you wondering whether there is anything dangerous lurking in your software and who can actually control it.
On Thursday, Apple released the beta version of their newest operating system Yosemite, to the public. This gives users the chance to experience a new influx of additions and alterations to the interface and features.
Has your Mac’s speed dropped over the past few months? In most cases this is due to the hard-drive being cluttered. If your Mac’s hard-drive is nearing its capacity then it’s time to do something about it. There are many tools available that will help clear space on your system but some of them are really tedious and confusing to use. There’s one application in particular that I have had the sheer pleasure of using called Duplicate Zapper.
Let’s be honest, no technology is devoid of flaw. All devices under perform or stop responding occasionally whether it’s due to lack of power, memory corruption or if they are running out of date firmware. In this week’s article I address issues each Android user is likely to encounter and how to overcome them.
Whoops! It was recently announced by software giant, Microsoft that the patch which was rolled out last Tuesday, has prevented Click-To-Run users from being able to run any applications from the Office Productivity suite.