If you’re a computer user, chances are you’ve heard of computer viruses and fear actually getting one. What you may not realise, is not all threats are considered viruses. You may have heard the terms, Trojan, Worms, Bots, Spyware, Malware, Ransomware & more. So, What’s the difference? Viruses: A virus in its simplest form is designed to attack a computer to destroy files. Viruses are common in many illegal downloads including songs, videos and software. Some example ter.
Ok, So we’ve seen the first episode of ‘The New Top Gear’ and mostly been disappointed. Yes theres a new celebrity track with a water splash, dirt track and a jump, but is that really what the show needs? No... It need Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond. Without the trio, its just not Top Gear. So... Whats the deal with the new show? UPDATE : 19/09/2016 - Click Here. UPDATE: 03/11/2016 - Amazon Prime Has Australians In Limbo Over The Grand Tour. Jeremy Clarkson, J.
AGL is one of Australia's biggest energy retailers and has recently become the target for criminals to spread malware to infect computers across Australia by using a fake AGL account. When someone opens their e-mail they might see an email there from the Energy giant asking users to open the attached file or link that will infect the users computer with Ransomware.AGL has stressed they will never send email of this type to users and have warned that they will never ask for payment details in thi.
Chrome is one of the faster, smoother & secure internet browsers available today, In saying that, it uses more CPU power than alternative browsers use and more CPU usage means battery lower battery life.1. Keep your broswer fresh, reset it occasionally to clear old temporary file & search results. Clearing the cache can result in better speed and reliability n any broswer, not just Chrome. 2. Remove unnecessary extensions. If your Chrome is experiencing unusually high CPU usage, the usua.
Computer users are regularly cautioned about using passwords that can be easily predicted, and still, every year the same passwords show up on "most common/worst passwords" lists. Now, Microsoft is moving beyond warnings and suggestions to completely banning commonly used passwords, and we say it's about time.There is more than 10 million attacks on Microsoft accounts each day. Figuring out which common passwords the hackers are using to get in will allow Microsoft to be one step ahead of the pr.