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The Future of Cortana and Home Security

October 16, 2014 by

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I have been following the CIA tweeter handle from day one as I was curious to know what the secretive and for-your-eyes-only agency has to tell the public. I was not disappointed, they’ve been tweeting declassified information from their archives and it has been an eye opening and interesting read up till now (Skyhook anyone?).

Windows XP Dead as Advertised–Now what?

April 8, 2014 by

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Source: @Thurrott & @TheRomit Unless you’re an alien visiting earth for the first time today or you’ve been living under a rock, no doubt you’ve been bombarded with the so-called death of the most veritable OS on the planet today: Windows XP! Yes, XP is officially dead today. Tomorrow is the day after and still […]

5-0 Radio Police Scanner App in the Store for old and new Radio Amateurs

March 3, 2013 by

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Well, here is a blast from the past! Internet has spoilt us all, and some of us have forgotten what we used to do back then when there was no Internet. Believe me, some of us have lived in that timeframe where there was no Internet. You asked what did we do to communicate and […]

Windows Store App Feature: Norton Studio

September 15, 2012 by

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If you use Norton Security Suite on Windows 8, this is something for you. With this App Norton joins Kaspersky Labs in Windows 8 Security Category by providing an interface to Norton’s universe. Mind you, this app is not the Security Suit itself, but a GUI to the Norton Desktop Suit and all the Services […]

Hacking the Hacker – A lesson in hacker’s Stupidity

August 18, 2012 by

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Imagine you got a tweet from www.newscientist.com that says: “Folded DNA becomes Trojan horse to attack cancer: Hiding a powerful cancer drug inside a complex DNA st…” of course you are interested, so you click on the Bitly tag: bit.ly/S59ztD with which the tweet came, and your are presented with this on a freshly installed Windows 8 […]

The Case of Messed-up Microsoft Security Essentials Install

January 5, 2012 by

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  I set out to respond to Mark Russinovich’s blog over his frustration in Installing Microsoft Security Essentials but my response got out of hand so I decided to blog it here as below: ============================================================ Yes, a very recognizable situation Mark. I have faced this foe multiple times I can tell you there is nothing […]