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How to Patch the Safari PDF Exploit on Your Jailbroken iPhone 3G, 3GS, or 4 without Updating to iOS 4.1

September 10, 2010

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There was a PDF exploit in Safari in iOS 4 on the iPhone, which is how comex and other members of the iPhone Dev Team were able to jailbreak it. But Apple quickly found out about it, and released a patch for it. However, this patch (iOS 4.0.2 or iOS 4.1) will cause you to […]

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How to get around Windows 7 asking for a user name and password when connecting to a wireless network

July 23, 2010

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Do you have a Windows 7 PC that asks for a user name and password when you try to connect to your wireless network? I was having the same issue with a friend’s Windows 7 laptop. I did some searching and finally found the answer.

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How to remove Antivirus Soft and how to fix the hijacking of Internet Explorer so that it is no longer forced to go to a major adult website

July 13, 2010

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I just had a client who was infected by this nasty spyware. No, it was not a virus. It was spyware acting like an antivirus program. First and foremost, never…

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How to Hide Your Files and Folders with Just a Few Clicks! (PC)

February 13, 2010

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This is a little known, but very handy tip that you can use whenever you want to hide your files and folders for whatever reason (e.g. the files have valuable financial info, you don’t want anyone else who uses your computer to see them, etc.). It’s very easy to do, but I still felt the […]

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How to Hide Your Files and Folders on your Mac

January 16, 2010

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Ever have some files or folders that you want to make private so only you can see them, or so that when you bring your Mac in for repair (which is rare), your files are hidden? Well I just did a video that shows you exactly how to do it. Check it out!

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Is Avira Antivirus having problems updating on your system?

December 30, 2009

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If you’re having issue with Avira Antivirus updating on your system, you have a couple of options:

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Things to Do to Prevent Getting a Virus

June 4, 2008

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Here are some simple things that you can do to avoid getting a virus on your computer:

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How to scan your computer with Spybot: Search & Destroy 1.5

January 31, 2008

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Is your PC running slow or giving you a lot of popups? Spybot is one of the programs that I use to handle that type of situation. You can download this free software for free at www.download.com Here is a video that I made that shows you exactly how to perform a scan on your […]

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How to clear the pagefile at every shutdown

August 29, 2007

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1. Click Start 2. Click Control Panel 3. Click Administrative Tools 4. Click Local Security Policy 5. Click the “+” next to Local Policies 6. Click Security Options 7. Doubleclick “Shutdown: Clear Virtual Memory Pagefile” 8. Select the “Enabled” radio button 9. Click OK

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Getting the “Login information isn’t correct” when scheduling an incremental backup with True Image 10?

August 1, 2007

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Most likely either the windows user name was changed after it was set up, or the user name consists of two words with at least one space in between (TI does not like spaces in user names). Here is the work around: 1. While logged in to your normal Windows user, go to START>CONTROL PANEL>USER […]

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Here are some great programs to remove Trojan Horses

August 20, 2004

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If you feel you might have some Trojan Horses on your computer, or if your Anti-Virus software says you do, then download, install, and run these two programs separately. Trojan Hunter http://www.misec.net/trojanhunter/ Trojan Remover http://www.simplysup.com/tremover/download.html

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Have Windows XP automatically update your PC with the latest updates

August 18, 2004

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It is best to keep Windows XP up-to-date with the latest security patches, service packs, and updates. To set your computer to do this, follow the directions that are located here: How to Set Windows XP to Automatically Download and Install the Latest Updates

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Switch your default browser from Internet Explorer to Firefox

July 20, 2004

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Seeing that Internet Explorer is the most widely used browser by PC users, that is the browser that most of the authors of spyware, malware, etc., target. So, I suggest that you switch from Internet Explorer to Mozilla Firefox (a free program) for your default Internet browser. This will not only greatly decrease the chances […]

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