Monthly Archives: March 2013

Google helps webmasters with hacked site advice

Google has released a site to help webmasters identity and fix hacked websites. The website provides information, videos, and steps to recover from a hack and to help make sure it does not happen again. Google.Com: Webmasters help for hacked sites Other Information: WordPress 3 – Developing Secure Sites: Lynda.Com Video Protect your WordPress Website […]

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Protect Yourself from Email Tax Scams

The MS-ISAC have provided the following March 2013 newsletter to help users not fall for tax scams: It’s tax season and criminals are seizing the opportunity for scams. Don’t become the next victim. Scammers leverage every means at their disposal to separate you from your money, your identity, or anything else of value they can […]

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Apple Disables Old Versions of Adobe Flash in Safari

Apple has disabled old versions of Adobe Flash Player in the Safari web browser because it does not contain the latest security updates. When you click on the disabled player window you will receive the above message indicating that you need to update Flash. To update Flash (from Apple): Click “Download Flash…” (from the above […]

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