by Tony Rushin Microsoft’s incredibly popular, and stable, operating system – Windows XP – is less than one year away from its sunset date of April 8, 2014.  For good measure, Microsoft is also ending support for Office 2003 on that same date.  After that time Microsoft will no longer provide security patches or other…

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by Tony Rushin Microsoft’s incredibly popular, and stable, operating system – Windows XP – is less than one year away from its sunset date of April 8, 2014.  For good measure, Microsoft is also ending support for Office 2003 on that same date.  After that time Microsoft will no longer provide security patches or other…

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by Richard Stokes Every time Microsoft announces the newest version of one of their software lines it’s largely greeted with uneasy looks and the nervousness of a cat sitting in a room full of rocking chairs.  Let’s face it, Microsoft doesn’t exactly have a great track record when it comes to new software or product…

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Know Your Enemies by Tony Rushin In previous blogs I highlighted the perils of phishing – particularly spear-phishing – and provided tips to battle these bad guys who use phishing to trick you in order to get your userid and password.  Phishing is the most common tactic used in on-line identity theft but in the…

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