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Microsoft wants to get on your mobile device. CNET reported that Microsoft has just released a new app for Android and iOS devices that includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint into a single Office app. The post also stated, “Microsoft has added a handful of mobile-optimized features to the new Office app, including the ability to turn images into editable Word docs or Excel tables, and the ability to sign PDFs.” The rationale for combining three…
Initiating an orderly shutdown in Windows 10 takes a few clicks. Specifically, you need to click three times to shut down a Windows 10 computer. Normally, you would click Start, then the Power icon and select Shutdown. Tech Viral has instructions to reduce the amount of clicks to two. The steps are pretty simple: Right click on the desktop and select New, Shortcut Within the Create Shortcut wizard, enter Shutdown.exe /s /t /00 in the…
It’s that time of year again. CSO has posted the list of the 25 worst passwords for 2019. The post cites a report from SplashData’s analysis of millions of leaked passwords found on the internet. There is a comparison chart showing the ranking differences from 2018 and 2019. Some of the oldies but goodies remain in the top spots. The favorites year after year include “password,” “QWERTY,” and the ever famous “123456.” No wonder there…
If you maintain a website, you better check that all traffic is being provisioned via HTTPS. If there are downloads occurring over HTTP, Chrome will block those downloads this year. Google will introduce this change gradually rather than all at once. Versions 81 and 82 of Chrome will first warn about executable downloads via HTTP. According to a Naked Security post, “From version 83, due in June, these will be blocked outright and Chrome…
Apple users are not going to be happy with the latest Malwarebytes State of Malware report. The Register reported, “Describing this as an “exponential” increase, the firm said that detections of nasties targeted against innocent Apple fanbois were up 400 per cent year-on-year, while adding the caveat that its Mac userbase had also grown a bit.” The report states that an average of 11 threats per Mac endpoint were detected. That’s about double the…