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Macro Malware: A Revival?

Malware creators has revived the Macros malware using a simpler method by tricking users to click on the Word menu bar to activate the virus without noticing. The computer contagion of the late 1990s are back. Macros viruses, the hitchhikers that plague our Excel and MS Office  documents are not  lost at all. They have…

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Google Assures Support for Chrome on XP Users Up To April 2015

Google continues to support Chrome on Windows XP despite Windows’ end os support to the XP OS to aid PC users in migrating to a newer version of Windows OS It has been more than a decade and Windows has finally cut-off support for Windows XP last April 8, 2014. It will no longer receive…

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John Mueller announced that Google is dropping authorship photos from most search results.

As of June 29, traditional authorship snippets dropped from 22% to 0% of search results across all date centers. John Mueller announced that Google is dropping authorship photos from most search results. This rings bad news to most SEOs who are trying to up click-through rates and increase a brand’s visibility by incorporating real people…

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Fiserv Brings New Phase of Mobile Banking

Fiserv, developer of banking technologies, demonstrated Mobile Banking by Google Glass and Samsung’s Gear smartwatches, as well other mobile payment technologies used by its 1800 financial service customers. 60 million people now use their technology, and 10 million banks and pays online. That leaves 50 million candidates open for mobile banking. Fiserv SVP and general…

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Six advance notifications for Microsoft security bulletins were released this week. Compared to 106 bulletins in 2013, six seems fewer but still enough to keep IT admins on their toes.

Just as everyone was preparing for a Fourth of July barbecue, Microsoft was busy on their end preparing for the release of advance notification for Patch Tuesday next week. Six security bulletins, two Critical, three Important, and one Moderate, were publicized. Compared to 106 bulletins in 2013, six seems fewer but still enough to keep IT…

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