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Where People with problems come for help… And answers come from people that know...

Welcome to Suggest A Fix, an online leader in free peer-to-peer technical support. Many of us have friends and get the help we need to solve our computer problems. SAF gives you an online friend to call on by making a post of your problem. Our expert staff and membership will provide answers without the techno babble some paid support resources are known for.

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How to use Let’s Encrypt to secure your websites

19 Sep 2017

Posted by manunkind In: Security News and Warnings
Securing your business website with HTTPS isn’t just a good idea, it’s a necessity. Google Chrome now marks HTTP payment and login pages and search pages as insecure if they’re not using HTTPS. Fortunately, Let’s Encrypt makes it both free and easy to lock down your websites. After countless website security attacks, the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) started the Let’s Encrypt project in 2015 to make it easy for everyone to secure their websites. The ISRG’s members includes Akamai, Cisco, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and Mozilla; the group is managed by The Linux Foundat...

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CCleaner was Hacked

18 Sep 2017

Posted by Steve R Jones In: Security News and Warnings
Certain versions of CCleaner were hacked to contain malware. Links: http://www.zdnet.com...nearly-a-month/ http://www.techrepub...urself-instead/

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Hackers backdoored CCleaner for a month: Over 2...

18 Sep 2017

Posted by manunkind In: Security News and Warnings
Hackers backdoored the popular CCleaner Windows utility; for nearly a month, two malware-tainted versions collected computer names, IP addresses, lists of installed and active software as well lists of network adapters before sending the data to attacker’s server. Cisco Talos, which discovered the malware on September 13 while a customer was beta testing new exploit detection technology, warned that the tainted versions of CCleaner were being distributed for nearly a month. CCleaner 5.33 was released on August 15 and a newer version without compromised code wasn’t released until September...

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