Meltdown Cyber Threat Is Radioactive For Intel And Your PCs, Macs And Smartphones

by Richard Cameron   By now, most of our readers have likely heard about the Apple iPhone debacle late December, in which the company pushed power consumption updates to various of their recent and older cell phones, slowing the phone data transmission rate in order to extend the life of their non user replaceable batteries. That continues to rankle millions of iPhone users worldwide and constitute a corresponding PR disaster for the company. Just on the heels of that is a tech fail that affects a predominant variety of computing…

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A Global Cyberattack Cripples 99 Countries Including Russia And UK’s National Health Service

By Dani Graham  Almost 100 countries around the world are dealing with the aftermath of a global cyberattack which hijacked the files of some 100,000 computers. The ransomware called WanaCrypt0r 2.0 infiltrates a computer and locks up the files by encrypting them which in turn renders it useless to the user. As people around the world went to access their computers they were met with a dire message demanding 300 in bitcoins in order to regain control of their files. Researchers have detected the ransomware in 99 countries with Russia…

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That Sluggish PC You Want To Set On Fire – How To Get It Running Like A Ferrari

by Richard Cameron You are reading this because your computer is running like a slug and that might be an over-generous assessment. So, let’s get down to business, because I’m not going to tease you with promises of a solution if you will only watch some manipulative video and ask you to subscribe to some subscription newsletter or any such nonsense. It’s all here and it’s completely gratis. First – these guidelines to troubleshooting and fixing a computer with a case of the slows, apply to owners of PCs with…

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