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5/30/16 Music Monday FreebieAlert: 4 Nature Sounds Albums

Welcome To Music Monday! I shared these nature sounds albums a couple months back and they were very popular, and since all four are still (as of 5/29/16) FREE, I’m bringing them back for anyone who missed out last time. All of these feature sounds of water, birds and nature, and each is just over […]

Stop Robocalls With The Free, FTC-Approved Nomorobo Service

Consumers hate robocalls and junk phone from telemarketers, and during election season the problem only gets worse.     Nomorobo: Winner Of The FTC Robocall Challenge The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) put out a call for solutions to the robocall/telemarketer problem, and Nomorobo answered the challenge with a FREE service for consumers that’s supported by […]

Wrap Your E-Z Pass In Foil Before Returning It

People who use those automatic toll road payment gizmos: today’s post is for you.     An exposé carried out by the news team at WIVB4 in New York revealed that when consumers mail their E-Z Passes back for a replacement, update or for any other reason, the E-Z Pass continues to log toll roads […]

Another Day, Another Adobe Flash Malware Warning

I’ve written about the dangers of the Adobe Flash plug-in many times, but I know lots of people are still using it. So maybe if all the warnings to date haven’t convinced them to dump the Flash plugin, Adobe’s emergency rollout of a patch to prevent a Flash ransomware problem last week will make them […]

Domain Squatting: Typos Open Consumers To Phishing Attack

Typos used to be merely annoying, but now they can make you the target of a phishing attack.     Scammers are reserving the URLs for misspelled versions of legitimate websites in order to trick people into giving up their logins and other personal and financial information. As reported by Slate: Cybersecurity firm Endgame noticed […]