Apr 29, 2017
Interesting week, with people who are actually spamming to make money. This virtual spamming has gone worst with making you believe that a family member is in actual danger, just to ask you for ransom money.
Included in this week's discussion are reasons why you can't always trust Google's top featured answers, and as being discussed repeatedly, how to make your passwords more secure with the new guidelines.
These and more only on CraigPeterson.com.
Why You Can’t Always Trust Google’s Top Featured Answers
Script kiddies pwn 1000s of Windows boxes using leaked NSA hack tools
We’re about to test out hacking the Earth’s climate. That should scare and inspire you.
New password guidelines say everything we thought about passwords is wrong
FCC details plan to roll back net neutrality rules
Uber responds to report that it tracked devices after its app was deleted
Utah parents warn of terrifying ‘virtual kidnapping’ scam
Apple cuts App Store affiliate commission from 7% to 2.5%
Maine House votes to join Atlantic time zone, if New Hampshire and Massachusetts do the same
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