Yet another facebook bug.

May 22, 2010

It has not been a good week for Facebook as another bug allows a malicious hacker to remove their friends.
What the internet knows about you!

May 21, 2010

I have always been an advocate of online privacy and do not subscribe to the axiom that “if you aren't doing anything wrong then you’ve got nothing to worry about”.  I just prefer my private activities to remain just that.  That's why I have curtains in my house so people can’t just look in as […]
Facebook suffers yet another security issue.

May 20, 2010

It appears that Facebook has suffered from yet another security issue that allows users to view and change private profile information. As reported by Alert Logic: “Alert Logic discovered a vulnerability in Facebook that could have led to exposure of private information or defacement of user pages. If the user clicked a specially crafted link […]
Support for Microsoft Windows XP SP2 expires in July 2010

May 14, 2010

Time to update to Windows XP Service Pack 3 as there will be no more security updates.
McAfee anti-virus not working

April 25, 2010

Users of the various McAfee antivirus solutions have been hit with a double whammy this week.  It first started last Wednesday when a faulty update file caused any Windows XP with Service Pack 3 (SP3) to crash. But to make matters worse, hackers were very quick to exploit the problem by posting solutions on how […]
Adobe retract Flash offering for the iPhone

April 23, 2010

Adobe don’t want Flash on it’s iPod, iPhone and iPad devices for a number of dubious reasons.
Superfast Broadband comes to Basingstoke

March 1, 2010

Basingstoke is one of the first towns gearing up for the new superfast Broadband.
iPhone Fraud rises

February 16, 2010

It appears that increasing numbers of iPhone users resort to insurance fraud to get the latest model.
Windows Phone 7 Series

February 15, 2010

Three years after Apple release the iPhone, have Microsoft finally managed to join the race?
Microsoft responds to XP reboot issues

Microsoft has responded to the issues raised earlier regarding the Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) blaming Malware as the primary cause.