Antivirus

Remove Trend Worry Free Business edition without password

On a windows 10 computer reboot into Safe Mode with Networking: Click the Start button or press the Windows key on the keyboard Click Power While holding SHIFT on the keyboard, click Restart Windows will reboot and prompt with a few different options Choose Troubleshoot Choose Advanced Options Choose Startup Settings Click Restart After rebooting, Windows will prompt with several different startup options Choose Safe Mode with Networking and.

IT Security checklist

IT Security is an ever increasing challenge. Here is a list of security considerations and what to implement to improve the protection of your organisation and IT resources. Have the conversation – talk to your IT provider about how your security can be enhanced, or call King computer solutions on 1300 54 64 74 to.

List of spam phrases and words

If you have a spam filter and want to import a list of common phrases  click on the hyperlink to download 260 Spam Phrases as a text file to import

Kaspersky using remote console tools or on-screen keyboard for editing settings

As a security feature Kaspersky by default blocks remote console and on screen keyboard from editing Kaspersky settings. If using TeamViewer or other remote access to edit the settings you need to disable Kaspersky Self-defense features first. This can be found under settings and advanced settings, which can be done using mouse clicks.  To ensure the.

Fake emails from Australian taxation office phishing site

We have recently been seeing emails come through from refunds@ato.gov.au that looks like the below. This is a phishing email which will attempt to gather your information If you click on the link you will see it takes you not to an ATO.gov.au site but www.trifecta.com This is a copy of the ATO site, but.

Malware and Anti-Virus Threats for 2012

We’re always looking to stay ahead of the threats. Here are 10 trends we think will be the main factors affecting the IT security landscape in 2012. 1. Social media and the web We expect cybercriminals to continue their effective mass generation of malware, increasing the number of attacks using new social media platforms and.