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A while back, my wife was mugged and her purse and all its contents were stolen. When she told me, I had three questions: Are you alright? Did you cancel the credit cards and call a locksmith to change our locks? Did they get your phone? My third question was about her smartphone because smartphones […]

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A number of websites associated with US police have been compromised by AntiSec hackers in apparent support of the “Occupy” demonstrations. One of the site’s targeted was the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association (BPPA), which suffered a hack which resulted in the release of a thousand usernames and passwords. An obvious danger is that staff may […]

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Using Facebook as a means for communication is becoming more and more treacherous as scams running through the site have become more intricate and much harder to detect. One woman named Edythe Schumacher has just recently fallen victim to one of these scams. The scammer successfully impersonated her sister, Susan Palmer, and convinced her to […]

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