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Worms Target Social Networks

Kaspersky Lab has found that two worm variants, Networm.Win32.Koobface.a. and Networm.Win32.Koobface.b, have been targeting MySpace and Facebook users.The worms upload extra malicious modules with other functionality via the Internet, so might not only be targeting the two social networking sites for long. Read the rest of this entry »

Network Security 101 For The Small Business

By a show of hands, how many of you are running a home office? Let’s broaden that search; how many of our loyal readers work in a small office environment? Companies of such a size usually will not have an IT support team, unless of course, it is an IT support company. Now the beauty of these small environments has to be the ease of manageability. It takes almost no knowledge to set up a small network of 3 or 4 PC’s. The bonus is if you have a brother, sister, next door neighbour, friend… actually anyone who’s inner-geek can be exploited to sort you out. You don’t well here are 4 major things to keep in mind, for yourself. Read the rest of this entry »

Recreate The Wheel – Well, At Least Your Entertainment System

When you have a PC running Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate, you can take advantage of the many features of Windows Media Center, including the ability to use your computer to watch live TV and as a digital video recorder (DVR). Read the rest of this entry »

Network Copying – Windows Vista ‘Joys’

Hello again!!

You know, never have I looked back and wished that i hadn’t moved away from Windows XP. Don’t get me wrong, XP was and is still a name to be reckoned with. But personally I can see how Vista is slowly picking up its pace. There is, however, one thing that drives me up the wall with Vista: Copying over the network… It is anything but fast. Read the rest of this entry »