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  1. Computer Security News
    Firstly, let me say well done to Apple for responding to the reports of Mac malware. They have now posted instructions on how users should deal with this fakeware and they have promised to update their security to automatically remove it. That's a good response Apple. The only problem is...
  2. Windows XP Support
    The development work on Windows 8 seems to be moving along nicely - at least according to Steve Ballmer. He talks about slates, tablets, PCs and different 'form factors' - I wish these people would speak English. I always thought slates and tablets were similar but obviously I'm well behind...
  3. Computer Security News
    Many of you will be aware of the numerous fake Anti Virus programmes that pop up a warning on your screen. They tell you that your system is infected and if you pay for their amazing programme it will clean your system. Of course your system was not infected and installing their programme...
  4. Computer Security News
    Dear oh dear, here we go again. An ISP subsidiary of Sony has been hacked and virtual tokens have been stolen. And, as if that wasn't bad enough, F-Secure has found a phishing site located on a Sony hosted server in Thailand. It seems that when it comes to server and website security, Sony...
  5. Hard Drive Support
    Users of the drive cloning program, XXClone, that is so successful with Windows XP, will have been frustrated that it does not work with Windows Vista or Windows 7. Be frustrated no more. Pixilabs are nearing completion of a Windows Vista and Windows 7 version (both 32 bit and 64 bit). A...
  6. Computer Security News
    I hear that the Sony Network was down again today - apparently to patch a loophole that would have allowed password resets using the user's date of birth and e-mail address. Funnily enough, that was the very information that was recently stolen. Sony denied there was a 'hack' although proof...
  7. Computer Security News
    For those who love Windows 7 this will make you even happier. W7 is apparently more malware-resistant (is that a real term?) than XP or Vista. Microsoft's latest Security Report confirms that W7 has an infection rate of 3.8 per thousand systems for the 32-bit version and even less - 2.5...
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