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Now displaying: January, 2018
Jan 31, 2018

With Ken and Matt today, Craig talks about the problems medical institutions face when it comes to digital records.

Also discussed that will all the technology in our cars, it just might be spying on us. What security problem does this impose, and what we can do about it.

These and more over at CraigPeterson.com

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Jan 30, 2018

On WTAG today with Jim Polito, Craig talks about what’s going on with China and Russia on intellectual property theft and how this will affect us security-wise.

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Apple will give users the option to control their own battery’s destiny

Apple's December 28, 2017 Open Letter

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Jan 27, 2018

This Saturday, Craig talks about how Twitter is tracking down Russian agents, and who they’re notifying about it.

Also discussed this weekend show, Craig talks about how our newer cars are absolutely spying on us. Apple HomePod vs. Amazon Echo vs Google Home Max. Plus, find out about the two more healthcare companies were hit with ransomware.

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Bitcoin’s fluctuations are too much for even ransomware cybercriminals

Attackers Use Microsoft Office Vulnerabilities to Spread Zyklon Malware

Apple HomePod: A first listen

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Jan 24, 2018

Craig joins Ken and Matt today to learn more about what to do with Apple's recent iPhone battery situation, including how to handle your old iPhones.

And in case you noticed that your WiFi is a little unstable, Craig shares with Ken and Matt how to take care of it.

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Jan 23, 2018
Apple recently answered the news that they are intentionally slowing down their iPhones in an open letter, explaining why it happens and what they can do about it.
 
Craig joins Jim Polito today to talk more about the iPhone battery problem, and what you should do with your older iPhones.
 
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Apple will give users the option to control their own battery’s destiny

Apple's December 28, 2017 Open Letter

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Jan 22, 2018

The United States federal government had shutdown on the midnight of Saturday.

Craig joins Jack Heath to talk about the government shutdown and how it impacts technology within the government, without the government, or outside of the government.

With this current government shutdown a forecast of more than half of the employees at the Department of Homeland Security Cyber and Infrastructure Protection wing are being furloughed.

How else can we be protected?

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Jan 20, 2018

Has it been a strange week with Bitcoin? The cryptocurrency crash and redeems itself but where will this take us or leave us?

As Apple becomes a target for malware these days, Craig share and explains the best malware packages in the market today which is also 99% effective.

Also, in this week's show is the discussion on what are the different types of malwares, including a new Android malware that has the ability to spy on its users.

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New MaMi macOS malware is hijacking DNS settings

If your Wi-Fi is acting wonky, your Google Home and Chromecast could be to blame

The city of Barcelona is dumping Windows in favor of a Linux operating system

BMW and Mercedes-Benz will also try out subscription plans for new cars

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Jan 17, 2018

Today, Craig joins Ken and Matt discussing the latest on the web including Google's new fact-checking feature, and Facebook's news feed update focusing more on family and friends rather than promotions.

They have also talked about how a tech-wearable like Fitbit can reveal about our sleeping habits. And, why does Uber need to develop a secret system to lock-down staff computers in a police raid?

These and more over at CraigPeterson.com

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Google’s New Fact-Check Feature Almost Exclusively Targets Conservative Sites

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Facebook to Overhaul News Feed With More Content From Family and Friends, Less From Publishers

Uber developed secret system to lock down staff computers in a police raid

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Jan 16, 2018
One thing new this 2018 is the announcement of the new WiFi standards during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where the improvements will be rolled out this year.
 
Another great news this year is that one of the biggest names in social media, Facebook, will be tailoring the newsfeed to show more from family and friends instead of publishers.
 
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WPA3 is coming to Wi-Fi routers in 2018, with better encryption and login management

Facebook to Overhaul News Feed With More Content From Family and Friends, Less From Publishers

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Jan 9, 2018
Get the simplest explanation on the recent Intel chip security problem as Craig joins Jim Polito, discussing what the decades-old vulnerability is all about, and the possibilities of preventing it.
 
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Jan 8, 2018

A flaw on Intel chips going back decades has hit the news and is making Intel-installed devices vulnerable.

Craig joins Jack Heath today to discuss how this vulnerability can affect users and what we can do to prevent it.

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Jan 2, 2018
Hope you had a Happy New Year!
 
Craig joins Jim Polito talking about what to do with the iPhone battery slow down.
 
Huma Abedin, the vice chair of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign, is on the news again as her laptop showed usernames and passwords for State Department accounts.
 
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