Oct
19
2012

Copyright Alert System is end of privacy, not piracy

Ready for your ISP’s and media outlets to know exactly what you are downloading, when, and where from? They have been doing that, but now they are not only keeping track of it, but they are going to use it against you. It is about to get a bit more difficult to download TV shows, movies or music online. A new alert system, rolling out over the next two months, will repeatedly warn and possibly […]

Oct
18
2012

LinkedIn Is A Must For All Small Businesses

It’s the professional’s facebook, without the politics and crazy trolls (most of the time).  Social media can be a great way for your business to both expand and build as well as solidify your brand, which can in turn bring in more customers. While there are numerous services out there, many companies focus on Facebook and Twitter, when they should also be focusing on the main business related social media service: LinkedIn. Here’s four reasons […]

Oct
16
2012

McKinnon extradition blocked

A lot of interesting points here. One of the most expensive and largest hacks into a military system in history, and the guy is out on bail? The extradition treaty says United States prosecutors are not require to provide evidence to his legal team to support the extradition (Britain’s Extradition Act of 2003) pretty crazy, it means they should have sent him over. What is more crazy is that the UK agreed to that act […]

Sep
10
2012

GoDaddy taken down, BlueHost has issues too

For latest info on outage, go here: http://techcrunch.com/2012/09/10/godaddy-outage-takes-down-millions-of-sites/ Looks like GoDaddy has shown its “insecurities”, including their DNS and POP servers. Not only are websites down, but so is email and DNS (which can affect those who are not even hosting with them). Last week some BlueHost sites were down for days at a time, so obviously some things are not going well for hosts. My business uses a HostGator reseller account, and that is […]

Aug
30
2012

HostGator rocks!

Great offer going on, 40% off! My hosting for single businesses is great, but if you need dedicated server or something, great deal! 40% OFF

Aug
4
2012

My little Michael Phelps

Ok, so I am being a little selfish and posting a video about my awesome son 🙂 But my little Michael Phelps did amazing today. http://bit.ly/T8Xjrx

May
31
2012

Cyber Security Specialists Needed

Recently read an article about how badly security specialists are needed, and not just by the government. Private companies, ISP’s, small businesses, and everyone in between needs them as well. Websites are constantly under attack for various reasons, from the “just because I can” all the way to procuring private information about customers (as with Sony last year). So how will this problem be solved? First, there have to be “general practitioners”, in other words […]

May
30
2012

Flame Spyware

“A massive, highly sophisticated piece of malware has been newly found infecting systems in Iran and elsewhere and is believed to be part of a well-coordinated, ongoing, state-run cyber-espionage operation.” (Wired Article) Sounds scary doesn’t it? This massive spyware was discovered recently by Kaspersky, and is believed to have been around for at least two years without discovery. Kaspersky Lab is calling it “one of the most complex threats ever discovered.” Cyber-warfare has taken another step, and […]

Apr
26
2012

Dedicated Hosting

HostGator just RENEWED their crazy deal for their dedicated hosting. This is to get your own physical server at HostGator. Just some short info on it:  Windows Server 2008 R2 w/ Remote Desktop (64-bit w/ 32-bit compatibility) – Parallels Plesk Control Panel 10.x – IIS Web Server, MSSQL, Mysql, FTP Server, DNS Server – SmarterMail Professional Mail Server – Secured Server with Windows Firewall & IPsec Policy – Safe Harbor Certified It also comes with […]

Apr
26
2012

CISPA (Big Brother Part 2)

An unprecedented internet-driven public outcry sank the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), and now privacy advocates and web-freedom activists are trying to stop another House bill targeting the internet: The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). They don’t have much time. The bill, which quixotic presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) calls “Big Brother writ large,” is scheduled for a vote on May 27, and it has at least 113 cosponsors. What is CISPA, why don’t […]

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