WooThemes Framework shortcode exploit has been fixed

For anyone that is using a WordPress Woothemes Template/Theme should be aware that they have recently released a Framework download to resolve a security vulnerability they have identified. Another reason to respect WordPress and those select companies that are releasing premium template themes. They are always on top of the ever present threats from hackers…

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Help Resolve Minor Issues with Your Computer By Creating a List of Annoyances

Want to help your I.T. department better understand how you use your workstation, and some of the issues that annoy you on a daily basis? Create a list! We all have a list in our heads of the little things that bug us when we use our computers. For the most part, we put up with it and accept it as something we can’t do anything about, or we figure the I.T. department is too busy with other things to worry about it.

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6 Tips for Using Passwords to Protect Against Identity and Business Theft

Ah, those pesky passwords. If you work in the corporate world or in an office, you have one for your PC/Network and, unless there is a password synchronization application that combines them, you probably have more than one for other applications. Add those to the ones that you have for your home Internet, your banking and other websites that require passwords, and before you know it you have a nightmare on your hands in trying to manage them.

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A Breakdown of Cloud Storage Solutions

In a recent podcast episode of Security Now, Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson covered many of the most popular cloud storage and syncing solutions, like Dropbox, Box.net, Carbonite, Crashplan, and others. They described each service, their costs, and compared the value and how people can use each of them, or in some cases, why people shouldn’t use them.

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