Are you heading to the NARTS conference in San Antonio, TX this year? If so, how you connect to the Internet while you travel, is something you should be aware of – i.e. your connection is likely not secure.
Everything you do on your Internet connection, can be seen by your ISP. That information, while you might not care who sees it, is about to become a commodity to be sold and utilized in ways you might not approve of.
So, I went to the USPS the other day to drop-off a few packages.
Are you heading to the NARTS conference in Scottsdale, AZ this year? If so, how you connect to the Internet while you travel, is something you should be aware of – i.e. your connection is likely not secure.
A client of ours received an email warning her that someone had used her Apple ID to download an app:
We’ve compiled five very specific reasons why consignment and resale stores (or any business) should not use Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE).
AOL is reporting a massive data breach which affects a “significant amount of users”. AOL is recommending users change their passwords immediately.
According to AOL’s Security Team:
This information included AOL users’ email addresses, postal addresses, address book contact information, encrypted passwords and encrypted answers to security questions that we ask when a user resets his or her password, as well as certain employee information. We believe that spammers have used this contact information to send spoofed emails that appeared to come from roughly 2% of our email accounts.
If you utilize AOL for your consignment software’s email functionality, or for your personal email, please be sure to change your password right away.
A very common browser hijack/search redirect, Conduit, has a little bug in its uninstaller.