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Q&A with CIPCUG Session 157

internet privacy

Tony Pizza   The HTML editor I need to match / replace is AceHTML – version  5 Pro.

Lisa Toth   I’ve been thinking about “pay” internet. I’m thinking that like cable tv you’ll sign up for a “channel” and have access to a lineup of content. Like Google might offer all of it’s pages plus other Independent “pages”.

K Edward Lynch   Upgraded to Office 2019… how do i get back to 2010??? Excel won’t save a file and word does not have same functions anymore…

News Item:   A new family of ransomware, called filecoder, designed to attack Google’s Android mobile operating system utilizes SMS messaging to spread

News Item:   Chrome 76 Released With Blocked Flash, Incognito Detection Fix

News Item:   Beware of Emails Asking You to “Confirm Your Unsubscribe” Request

News Item:   FTC Tells Equifax Victims to Opt for Credit Monitoring Over $125

Q&A with CIPCUG Session 155

Lisa Toth   Two questions:  I am using Firefox as my browser.  I have win 10 and a Toshiba laptop.

Some sites that I want to visit and that I trust always get stopped by FF and I have to select allow.  I have tried to find a way to white list them but can’t find it.  Also, lately my browser has been slow.  Occasionally I get a message that a page is slowing FF down and do I want to wait or stop the page.

News Item:   YouTube has defended its video recommendation algorithms

News Item:   QuickBooks Cloud Hosting Firm iNSYNQ Hit In Ransomware Attack

News Item:   Fake Office 365 Site Pushes Trickbot Trojan as Browser Update

News Item:   Employers Are Mining the Data Their Workers Generate To Figure Out What They’re Up To, and With Whom

News Item:   Ransomware Attacks Grow Rampant, Paying Still Not a Good Option

News Item:   Facebook Backpedals From Its Original Ambitious Vision for Libra

 

Q&A with CIPCUG Session 153

Fred Krueger   Why can I burn to a cd-rw but am not able to burn to a dvd+r blank disc? How to I burn to the dvd+r disc?

Lisa Toth   Hubby is considering getting me a Surface and taking my Toshiba.  Where is the best place to buy one?

Fred Krueger   Why do I get the notification that content is not available in my location when I click on a short video in BBC sports?  Since I am using a VPN, will I need to change locations there?

News Item:   Gmail tracks everything you purchase and you STILL can’t delete it or opt out

News Item:   Firefox’s ad-free premium browser will cost $4.99 a month

News Item:   White House considers banning strong end-to-end cryptography.

News Item:   Latest update to Windows 10 has a bug that could break VPN services

News Item:   Reports of cyber attacks fall, according to a UK government survey: GDPR? Fewer nasties? More targeted attacks? We just don’t know

Q&A with CIPCUG session 149

Lisa Toth   Was interested in computer arbitrage

Fred Krueger   I have subscribed to the VCStar and they take my money but I am unable to login to the website.

Lisa Toth  There has been some discussion about all this technology and social networking causing way decreased attention spans.

Lisa Toth   How can I get windows 10 to display everything in dark mode as much as possible.

News Item:   Nine Major VPNs Could Get Blocked by Russia in 30 Days

News Item:   For more than two hours on Thursday, one of China’s largest internet providers forced a huge chunk of European mobile traffic to be rerouted through its own servers.

News Item:   US to demand five years of your social media, email account info in visa application

News Item:   Failures of HTTPS Encryption

Q&A with CIPCUG Session 148

the evils of spyware

Sandy Tsutsui-Trujillo   I’m using winpe to make backup images. I have a solid state drive that keeps failing at 50%? Other than using a different application how can I make a full bit by bit backup.

News Item:   Death of iTunes?

News Item:   Ice Lake is nearly here

News Item:   New email phishing and malware attacks come disguised as nastygrams from a law firm.

News Item:   Canada Uses Civil Anti-Spam Law in Bid to Fine Malware Purveyors

News Item:   Germany mulls giving end-to-end chat app encryption das boot: Law requiring decrypted plain-text is in the works

News Item:   Rise in direct subscriptions rather than ad supported free content

News Item:   Google has moved to remove some of Chrome’s ad-blocking capabilities, while also announcing that feature’s removal won’t apply to Google’s paid G Suite Enterprise subscribers.

Dr. Bunny

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