This is a discussion on Freemake secure? within the Other Browsers forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Has anyone used freemake (a video format converter) and have had any problems? I used it and after, when I
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Has anyone used freemake (a video format converter) and have had any problems? I used it and after, when I went to login to my banking site, up popped my account number as I was typing it. This has never happened before.
Don't know where to start task manager, and system restore are both disabled. Other than that, there are too many random problems to even list. I'm running vista home premium and have the original disk.
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Inactive Malware Help Topics
03-07-2012 09:31 AM
Secure Wifi, Public Shared Drive, One Computer Hopefully I'm posting this in the right sub-forum - it seems to bridge a number of them. I am trying come up with a setup that allows for a computer to simultaneously be connected to the web via a secure wireless network and to provide a shared drive via an unsecured (possibly ad hoc) wireless...
Protocols and Routing
01-08-2012 10:39 AM
[SOLVED] No otpion to enter network key for secure wireless network I have a small office network. I had to reset the network password/key and now I can not get one of the laptops to connect to the secure network. All other wireless devices connect with no problem. The network is available and has a 5 bar signal strength. When I select the network, I do not get...
04-29-2011 10:00 AM
AOL blocked secure sites (https) and why? I noticed my client who has three computers in the network via a wireless router and all computers cannot connect to any secure sites (https).
All computers have different operating system like XP, Vista and 7.
I know it isn't to do with the computers and I had a feeling that AOL is to blame....
02-07-2011 12:17 PM
Android is not less secure than iPhone One can only hope that security software provider Trend Micro saw a nice sales boost after the proclamation of its chairman earlier this week that Android phones are more vulnerable to hacking than iPhones are. If it didn't, those blatantly self-serving statements were made for nothing.