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Zoom video-conferencing app still a high security risk

June 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

This is appalling. After all the security blunders over the past year, mostly involving security holes and woefully inadequate encryption, Zoom is still hanging its users out to dry unless they upgrade to a paid corporate plan. Zoom won’t encrypt free calls: This is why! TheWindowsClub.com [Read more..]

Canada’s e-commerce moment is now: Good information from Google

May 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

Canada’s e-commerce moment is now: Here’s what retailers need to know by Eric Morris, Think With Google May 7, 2020 Canada is in the middle of an e-commerce moment. No business could have predicted this sudden shift to digital right now — but COVID-19 has forced Canadian retailers big and [Read more..]

WordPress Sites Targeted in Large-Scale Attacks

May 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

Make sure you have adequate security in place both on your server and on your WordPress sites. WP Sites Targeted in Large-Scale Attacks by Ram Gall, Wordfence.com May 5, 2020 Wordfence has been tracking a sudden uptick in attacks targeting Cross-Site Scripting(XSS) vulnerabilities that began on [Read more..]

How to limit the size of Google AdSense Ads on your site

April 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

Having your site produce some passive income by displaying a few ads is a good option for many WordPress sites. However, whether or not you enable Google AutoAds, by default some of the ads that are displayed are humongous and disrupt the flow of your posts or pages. First, you can instruct Google [Read more..]

CAA bug revokes 3 million Let’s Encrypt certificates

March 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

Happening Now: Over 2 Percent of Sites Using a Let’s Encrypt TLS Certificate May Throw Security Warnings Wordfence.com Mar 3, 2020 On Wednesday, March 4, 2020, 3 million Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt will be revoked because of a Certificate Authority [Read more..]

Avast antivirus spying on and selling user data

February 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

I have used Windows Security (formerly Windows Defender) as my only real-time anti-malware and firewall protection for years on all my PCs. Coupled with some common sense about which websites I visit and which emails I click on, it has yet to fail me. Occasionally, I will double check my system [Read more..]

Old wireless card preventing Windows 10 updates

November 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

On one of my computers, I have experienced multiple problems with Windows Feature updates since about 1703. I tried everything I could find online to fix the problem (e.g., Windows 10 Creators Update common installation problems and fixes) and really nothing worked. The only way I could get a [Read more..]
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