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    by Published on 09-24-2012 12:29 PM

    An unpatched vulnerabiilty in Internet Explorer is actively being used by malicious attackers that can allow remote code ...
    by Published on 04-21-2011 11:49 AM
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    A computer that won't start is frustrating, but the problem is often easy to fix. The steps you take to troubleshoot the problem depend on your symptoms.

    • You log on by clicking your user accounts, but then you can't open any programs
    • Your computer displays the Windows logo, but fails before you can log on
    • You see "Non-system disk or disk error," or a similar message
    • Your computer stops immediately after you turn it on or displays nothing on your monitor
    • Your computer does not turn on
    • You need to perform a repair installation of Windows XP


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    Published on 04-14-2011 10:21 AM
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    Dropbox is an amazing service: it's like a DVR in that once you start using it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it. Best of all, a 2 GB Dropbox account is FREE. Dropbox is already one of the most popular tools in a computer nerd's toolbox - it's starting to blow up into a phenomenon, so here's why you should jump in and start using it right now.

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    by Published on 12-09-2010 04:27 PM

    A new phenomenon called 'history sniffing' is being used by fraudsters to learn more about their targets and send them personalised attacks. Effectively, websites are harvesting lists of places that their users have previously visited online. It also allows e-commerce companies to adjust adverts or prices - for instance, if the site knows you've just come from a competitor that is offering a lower price.
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