In today’s digital age, our lives are intricately woven with technology. From cherished memories to critical business information, our digital data holds immense value. Yet, many of us overlook a crucial aspect of protecting this valuable asset—regularly backing up our data. In this blog post, we will delve into the importance of data backups and […]
Looks like the storms are upon us. This can cause sever damage to our computer systems. Even if you have total surge protection it would be a good idea to shut down and unplug your computer, printer, modem and other items from the main. Don’t just flip the switch. Disconnect the power cords. While you
There have been recent cases of people having problems when renewing Norton Anti-Virus and Norton Internet Security products online. If your product is about to expire it may be a good idea to talk with your computer professional before attempting an online renewal or upgrade.
We reviewed the safety features and suggestions for ANZ Bank, Bank of Queensland, Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank.Besides the normal suggestions for updates, anti-virus protection, anti-spyware protection and a firewall we looked at some of the extra security each bank offers. These extra features will make your internet banking more secure. For more detail see ourMango Computer Tuition –
In an effort to keep Australians safe from online scam, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has created an interesting page on their website. Called Scam Watch, it provides information about some of the latest tricks used by the bad guys.It includes info on internet banking security, and is well worth a look. ACCC
The following is from the Courier Mail website By Darren Osbourne October 11, 2007 07:59am REGISTERED users of video-sharing website YouTube have been warned not to open unsolicited emails as phishers expand their net to capture personal details. IT security and control firm Sophos has detected an increase in the number of “Invite-a-friend” emails, which