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The mobile service provider AT&T puts default lists of trusted wireless networks into its customers’ #iOS  and #Android devices. #security   #smartphones   #WiFi  
As ISPs push to make Wi-Fi more widely available outside the home, users are increasingly vulnerable to attacks that rely on rogue and malicious hotspots
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I am happy to announce that I have been a recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award - Consumer Security for July 2014.  I am both honored and humbled and look forward to continuing to provide the computer security information that might be most important to you....the average home computer user.
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#HowTo: Spot #Fraud on the Internet #scam  
It's getting harder and harder to spot fraudulent online retailers as more and more websites peddling discounted good emerge in the already crowded field of Internet merchants.
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Kaspersky Lab’s recent research demonstrates that cyber-stealing is a very profitable and well-organized crime. http://ow.ly/ytzP4
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Remember sitting in front of an Apple II computer as a kid? Let's introduce one to a group of today's tech-savvy kids and watch what happens.
Today's tech-savvy kids think they know it all. How, though, would those same kids react to a 1970s Apple Mac? Click here to see the hilarious results.
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Recapping the weeks #security headlines with @TheBrianDonohue of @Kaspersky Daily #Passwords   #Google  
Making a case for password reuse, Google hiring hackers to fix the Internet, Apple bolsters security across its services with strong Crypto, plus various fixes and more.
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Google Glass hack lets attackers ‘see through victim’s eyes’ 
google glass privacy – A hack allows an attacker to ‘take over’ Google’s Glass headset, and send pictures and videos to another computer.
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Businesses are afraid to adopt the cloud because of security issues. Our Cloud Security class can teach you how to be prepared! Sign up for our next class (07/07-07/11) at our Greenbelt location!
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Anyone out there actually getting the chance to try out the beta version of Yosemite OS X? 
Fall can't arrive fast enough for Apple users awaiting the release of a new iPhone, iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, and read about other updates in this blog post.
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Check out the Word of the Week: #Pharming   Do you know the definition of this word? http://ow.ly/yr9KU
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Blue Base Computer Security is the place where you can find the best and most recent information about computer security, viruses and malware and wifi network security in the Cookeville area.  

Viruses and other types of computer malware can not only make your computer slow,  but some are capable of stealing your personal data, banking information and even permanently encrypting your files forever.  Don't let the happen to you!

We scour the internet looking for the best information from many different sources to provide to you the information or help that you need in your virus/malware removal needs or hardening your wireless security to help prevent infection.

I can also be found actively at the following Malware Removal Forums:

Bleeping Computer - Malware Removal Instructor
Tech Support Forum - Security Team Analyst
What the Tech - Malware Removal Team
Avast! Antivirus Forum - Malware Removal Team / Evangelist
SpyBot Search and Destroy Forum - Security Expert