Our friends at GFI have just released a free backup solution for home users. It’s not a stripped-down application, but a complete, fully-featured backup software solution. In addition to regular backup functionality, GFI Backup Home Edition allows people to sync up data with a remote location, like an FTP server. The application is wizard-driven, so […]
In the following segment of the Real Hustle, the hustlers attempt to sell a rental car to multiple customers, taking a deposit from each of them before running away at the end of the day with the vehicle… and the money.
In the following segment of The Real Hustle, the hustlers shows exactly why you should always be wary when buying a laptop from a perfect stranger in a public place.
ATMs are everywhere today and provide crooks with a relatively easy way to rob you blind. In the following video, the crew from The Real Hustle demonstrates how easy it is for a thief to get his hands on your ATM card information and PIN number. So now that you’ve seen this, do you still […]
Microsoft has revealed that almost all e-mails sent today are spam – though the figure fell slightly with the disconnection of a hosting provider which numbered a major spam network among its customers. The figures only relate to e-mails sent to customers of the Microsoft Forefront Online Security for Exchange service (FOSE) rather than the […]
With the Conficker virus set to go through a currently uncertain change tomorrow (April 1), here are seven ways to be sure you’ve protected your machine against the fallout. Don’t panic: The chances are the April Fool’s Day deadline has been overhyped. All that’s known for certain is that the number of potential website addresses […]
The idea of hackers bringing down power grids may sound like a far-fetched plot from the current series of 24, but a security firm insists it’s a genuine threat. The threat is now a possibility because of the use of a technology known as Smart Grids. This involves around two million devices, largely wireless, which […]
By PatB Contributing Writer, [GAS] On February 20th, [GAS] warned readers that the current version of Acrobat Reader had a security flaw that bad guys were exploiting to deliver malware. Adobe has worked hard and just released an updated version of their ubiquitous software for both PC and Mac. So don’t walk, but run to […]