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How to Remove Alpha Shoppers (Chrome/Edge/Firefox) | Updated

I wrote this article to help you remove Alpha Shoppers. This Alpha Shoppers removal guide works for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. Given the fact that you are reading this article, we assume that you are currently having problems with the Alpha Shoppers parasite. Like most people usually tend to, you have probably ignored the …

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How to Secure Your Network Against Brute Force Attacks

Brute force attacks use strength rather than cunning to infiltrate a network. These attacks will use all methods systematically until the target has been infiltrated. They can be carried out either on- or off-line; on-line being the most common. On-line attacks are carried out usually by hackers trying to discover a network password (commonly using …

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Ransomware Welcomes the Internet of Everything

With everything becoming increasingly connected electronically, the IoT (the ‘Internet of Things’) provides a perfect breeding ground for ransomware. In 1999 technology expert Kevin Ashton conceived a vision like some device from a H.G. Wells novel – the IoT. Many people at the time thought he was a lunatic. The idea that your refrigerator could …

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File Synchronization Vs. File Backup

File Synchronization File-syncing is used in operating systems to perform effective backups. It is also used on dedicated platforms for file-sharing (such as Synchronize It!). Updated files are copied either in one direction for making back-ups, or in two directions for pro-active file-sharing or remote access working. The synchronization is accomplished by software which compares …

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