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I’ve been tracking NAPPPA (aka North American Program Planning and Policy Academy or NA3PA) for a few months now. One question eluded me – who is actually running this series of so-called seminars that have generated so many complaints and has scored a miserable F rating at the BBB? There are two key bits of […]

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Cyanogenmod.com is a site offering legitmate custom firmware for Android devices. It’s a popular site, pulling in about 100,000 unique US users per day according to compete.com and it has an Alexa rank of 6728.Unfortunately, the site has been compromised in an injection attack with a hard-to-diagnose piece of malware attempting to load code from […]

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If you’re keen to download Firefox 7, please make sure that you download it from the correct website. When I did a Google for “Firefox 7” this morning, look at the second result I received: The site is called firefox7.org. So what do you see if you visit the firefox7.org website? You’ll find some promotional […]

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