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The majority of us will still be taxing our home Wi-Fi networks through 2021. Shocker. Let’s face it. The whole work-at-home (study-at-home too) situation has a lot of folks jumping on Wi-Fi networks battling for bandwidth. Perhaps now is a good time to treat yourself to an early Christmas present and upgrade your Wi-Fi router. The Inventory has its recommendations for the best Wi-Fi routers depending on your circumstances. Best Wi-Fi 6 Router for Most…
We use analytics to monitor visitors to our website and users of our online divorce software so we have an indication of browser usage. Chrome is by far the most used browser. In contrast, there are only a handful of people still using Internet Explorer 11. Even Microsoft is pulling the plug. As reported by The Register, the Microsoft Teams app will no longer support Microsoft’s own Internet Explorer 11. “Microsoft says that customers using…
Many of us are still working from home and will continue to do so through a large part of 2021. The cybercriminals know that too and are actively attacking home networks. The goal in attacking your home devices is to use them as jumping points to get to the business network. The truth is that home networks are less secure than business networks and are centered around consumer grade technology. However, you can do some…
I’ve often wondered why Microsoft thought it was a good idea to hide file extensions from a user. I guess it cleans up the display of file names and doesn’t add additional information that may confuse the common person. However, hiding the file extension is a potential security risk and may allow someone to inadvertently click on a file they shouldn’t. As an example, badfile.jpg.exe will show up as badfile.jpg, making you think that it…
The latest version of Firefox has an option to automatically change the website URL to HTTPS as reported by BleepingComputer. Frankly, your website should automatically force https connections for everything. If you are not running the latest version of Firefox (Mozilla Firefox 83), update your browser by going to Options -> Help -> About Firefox. The HTTPS-Only mode is not enabled by default, which is a shame. You enable the mode by going to Settings…