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Symptoms Of A Failing Hard Drive

Kim Komando shares with you a few primary symptoms of a failing hard drive and some tools you can use to check up on its health. http://www.komando.com/tips/index.aspx?id=14291

 
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Tips For Preventing Malware Infection

The old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, is very true when dealing with the countless present day malware threats circulating throughout the internet landscape, seeking a home in your computer. Malware is a general term for the whole gamut of undesirable software programs including viruses, worms, rootkits, trojan horses,

 
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Security Vulnerabilities Discovered In Adobe Reader And Flash Player

Adobe has released critical updates for Adobe Reader and Flash player that address recently discovered security vulnerabilities.  These vulnerabilities can cause the application or system to crash when a victim inadvertently visits a website serving malicious flash content or opens a malicious PDF file, and then potentially allow an attacker to take control of their

 
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Update: Serious Security Vulnerability Discovered In Internet Explorer 6, 7 And 8

Microsoft has issued an emergency update that patches a remote code execution exploit discovered in Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 early in December.  Please visit the Microsoft Windows Update site at windowsupdate.microsoft.com to download and install the latest updates.   -Ted Eiler Computer Service and Repair Technician www.tecs-onsite.com 800.993.TECS (8327) 262.327.0858 414.375.0858

 
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Serious Security Vulnerability Discovered In Internet Explorer 6, 7 And 8

A remote code execution exploit in Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 was discovered in December, for which Microsoft has yet to release an official security update addressing the issue.  It is recommended to upgrade to Internet Explorer 9 or 10 immediately.  For Windows XP users who cannot upgrade, either install another browser such as

 
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