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Internet Explorer exploit left users in limbo

 Brought to you by Niall Mulrine, www.PcClean.ie and www.CyberSafetyAdvice.com   Since April 2014, we have been listening to Microsoft and other third party software vendors warning us of the dangers on Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003 vulnerabilities of security. Believe or not, up to 30% of computer users in the World are still using… Read More »

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Anna Mininkova

The Cookie Monsters

What is the cookies that come up requesting our permission on certain websites? I would like Anna Mininkova from www.webdesigndegreecenter.org to explain with her info-graphic on security of cookies Source: WebDesignDegreeCenter.org

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What have Children and mobile phones got in common?

What a question? How can we put children and mobile phones in the same sentence? Well believe it or not, you could be mistaken by thinking I am going to write about children using phones? That would be by no means strange. But recently, in Dublin Castle, the Road Safety Authority of Ireland (RSA) had… Read More »

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7 Security Tips every Small Business Needs to Know

Symantec released a great 7 Tip Stratedgy for SME for their IT infrastructure last year and I thought I would share this today, as its still very prevalent.  1. Know what you need to protect One data breach could mean financial ruin for an SMB. Look at where your information is being stored and used,… Read More »

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Internet Safety For Children

Internet Safety For Children

Internet Safety for Children The online world is not much different from the offline World, but sometimes it feels easier to interact with people from a computer than to talk on the the street as its less challenging. But the communication foundation should remain the same such as good manners and respect for others. Some… Read More »

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