The login scheme promises it won’t share data — and will be required for all developers using third-party sign-ins. Is ‘Sign in with Apple’ Marketing Spin or Privacy Magic? Experts Weigh In
Lets face it, finding a person to repair your computer is a lot like finding someone to fix your car, you have most likely already gone through a bunch of places and regretted each one. You also most likely have been told a lot of misleading information and felt ripped off.
Countless times have I heard the horror stories coming out of the corporate companies thinking they have a real technology area with real techs. Instead they have people that are trained in the bare minimum when it comes to fixing your problem. Usually they have an “its broken, buy a new one” mentality.
If you can break it, I can fix it. I am based out of Bridgewater VT and service many different types of devices. Desktops, Laptops, Phones and Tablets.
Summary of my Skillset
- Network design
- Web Design
Lets face it, stuff happens. The faster you can get your problem fixed, the faster you can pretend it never happened
Believe it or not, stuff like this happens every day. If your still stuck please take a look at the FAQ section for more information
You Might Need My Help If…
- Someone else “Fixed” your computer and now your stuck with no time to wait at a local shop?
- Your anti-virus has expired and you don’t know what to do, and especially don’t want to pay blindly for sub par protection
- Your throwing out or giving your computer away and want to make sure all your data is off of it.
- Computer running slow and need to be cleaned?
- Caught a nasty virus and need it removed?
- Want to upgrade your PC with a new version of windows?
- Just cant figure out how to do something and don’t want to waste any more time trying.
0patch has released an interim micropatch for the dangerous LPE bug from SandboxEscaper, while we wait for Microsoft’s official patch. Zero-Day No More: Windows Bug Gets a Fix
The Russian-speaking APT acts as a support group for high-profile APTs like Sofacy and BlackEnergy. Zebrocy: A Russian APT Specializing in Victim Profiling, Access
During Infosecurity Europe in London this week, cybersecurity experts sounded off on worries about artificial intelligence being used for nation state cyber weapons. AI Isn’t Good Enough When Lives Are on the Line, Experts Warn
Threat detection tools don’t take into account the emotional aspect of insider threats, a panel of experts said at Infosecurity Europe this week. A New Approach for Combating Insider Threats
At Infosecurity Europe, a security expert from Guardicore discusses a new cryptomining malware campaign called Nanshou and why the cryptojacking threat is set to get worse. Infosecurity Europe: Cryptojacking is Making a Comeback
Researchers use malicious NFC tags and booby-trapped physical surfaces to connect Android devices to malicious wireless networks. Tap ‘n Ghost Attack Creatively Targets Android Devices
The iPhone-maker announced the ‘Sign in with Apple’ API, and restrictions on location-tracking. WWDC 2019: Apple Takes Aim at Facebook on Privacy
After a year of success, its operators say they earned millions — and are ready to retire. GandCrab Ransomware Shutters Its Operations
Low-key but effective, steganography is an old-school trick of hiding code within a normal-looking image, where many cybersecurity pros may not think to look. Malware Payloads Hide in Images: Steganography Gets a Reboot
Attackers can remotely compromise multiple network devices (IP PBX, conferencing gear and IP phones), installing malware and eavesdropping via video and audio functions. Bugs in Grandstream Gear Lay Open SMBs to Range of Attacks