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How do I use Facebook safely?

Industry expert Leo Notenboom recently released a video with transcript discussing the general privacy issues that Facebook users face today, and what can be done about them. http://ask-leo.com/how_do_i_use_facebook_safely.html -Ted Eiler Computer Service and Repair Technician www.tecs-onsite.com 800.993.TECS (8327) 262.327.0858 [email protected]

 
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Help! My Email Account Was Hacked!

A number of my computer service clients have been reporting lately that contacts in their email address book have been receiving spam messages from them which they did not send. Often these messages are soliciting the purchase of various goods and services, or how to make quit your job money from home. This type of

 
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Is Your Data Safe?

Do you have a backup or disaster recovery plan in place to protect you in the event of data loss? Despite numerous threats to the safety of computer users data files constantly lurking about, very few back their data up on a regular basis, if at all. A September 2008 study by Webroot Software Incorporated

 
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Software Review: CCleaner

I’d like to share with you about a handy system clean-up and optimization utility for your PC called CCleaner. Similar to the Disk Cleanup utility in Windows, CCleaner safely cleans out temporary and unused files that build up and waste space on your hard drive over time, however it covers many more areas on the

 
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Is Your Wireless Network Secure?

A recent national study estimated that 60 to 70 percent of all wireless networks are unsecured. CNN recently reported that out of a survey of over 3000 detected wireless networks in US metropolitan areas, over 67 percent had no encryption enabled. Due to the convenience of mobility and no need to route network cabling between

 
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