Monthly Archives: October 2016

Security Now! – Episode #467 – Password Managers

This week Steve and Leo discuss the week’s more interesting security news, including HP’s recent analysis of the (lack of) security in “Internet of Things” appliances, and the forthcoming Black Hat presentation on “BadUSB” which generated a lot of overly hysterical press coverage. Then Steve summarizes his analysis of the Browser-based Password Manager research to […]

Here’s everything you missed at Tuesday’s Google event

The tech behemoth announced a slew of new products that integrate with the artificial intelligence technology, the most noteworthy of which is the first Google flagship phone, the Pixel. Source: Here’s everything you missed at Tuesday’s Google event

Reset your Chromebook to factory settings

You can make your Chromebook run like new again by doing a factory reset. A factory reset erases all the information on your Chromebook’s hard drive, including all the files in the Downloads folder. Source: Reset your Chromebook to factory settings – Chromebook Help

Virus Removal – Google Product Forums

Very few things in life these days are as scary as getting a virus on your computer. Rest assured however, that it is virtually impossible for a Chromebook to be infected by an actual virus (there hasn’t been a single documented case of a Chromebook getting a virus yet). Chrome OS is one of the […]

Windows 10 Anniversary Update common problems and how to fix them | Windows Central

Stuck installing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update? Here we show you the most common problems and how to fix them.The Anniversary Update for Windows 10 is finally ready for download. The new version of the operating system is now slowly rolling out to over 350 million devices around the world. Source: Windows 10 Anniversary Update […]

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