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Monday Tech News – Facebook takes ISIS heat

Last week we saw a petition calling for Facebook to change their approach to terrorist posts, learnt of yet another type of ransomware and discovered a new way to make your existing watch smarter.

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What admins need to know about Outlook 2016

The Exchange Team at Microsoft recently posted a very good article that goes into some detail about the latest release of the Outlook client for Windows. Here are its highlights.

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Hack Hall of Shame – November 2015

November seems to have been the month of DDoS attacks. Targets included several email providers such as HushMail, VPEmail and Protonmail but also attacks against the Tor Network.

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Monday Tech News – Sensor sniffs out the bad stuff

Last week we discovered a cool piece of tech called Atmotube, we debated whether Office 365 is slightly expensive and learned about Microsoft’s new ‘weed out the bad apps’ software.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – November 2015

Apple released a total of nine updates fixing 60 vulnerabilities, four updates were issued by Adobe, and popular Linux distros had their usual selection of security advisories and updates this month.

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Hollywood’s favorite villain is artificial – and increasingly real

Ever since Hal in 2001: a Space Odyssey took over the spaceship, Hollywood has made computers into the bogeyman.

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It’s Thanks-an-admin-giving Day!

Take the time this week to say thanks to that special geek in your life. Without him or her, doing your job, whatever it is, would likely be a lot more difficult.

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Security 101: You’ve been hacked. Now what?

What should you do once you determine that you have been hacked. Whether you’re in a corporate setting or a home user, this advice will help you make the right decisions.

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