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Happy New Year from Homeland Secure IT!

Happy New Year from Homeland Secure IT!

And we’re back!!!! We’re two days into the new year – what do you think of 2013 so far? We’re hoping this will be a fantastic year for Homeland and for our friends, family and clients! If there is anything we can do to assist with your computer or network needs, please do not hesitate […]

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Secure IT Alert: Merry Christmas! Microsoft has a package for you!

Secure IT Alert: Merry Christmas! Microsoft has a package for you!

Microsoft didn’t forget you, in fact, they already have your Christmas present, which will be delivered in the form of patches on the infamous “Patch Tuesday”… So, whether you have been naughty or nice… Please update your computers! If you require assistance with managing updates for your personal computer, your server, or your entire business […]

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The quickest fix for most of your IT problems is…

The quickest fix for most of your IT problems is…

Here’s the quickest fix for most of your IT problems… If that doesn’t work… Call Homeland Secure IT at 864-990-4748 for real computer & server support and repair in the Greenville SC area! Share and Enjoy:

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What does free really cost?

What does free really cost?

What follows is a guest blog post from our friends at EPC, a company providing data destruction services for your end of life computer equipment. What Does Free Really Cost? You’ve met the “guy with the pick-up truck” that can take your PC in for free. All of us have. But where does your data […]

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Our remote backup provider is expanding! #DisasterRecovery #Backup #Servosity

Our remote backup provider is expanding! #DisasterRecovery #Backup #Servosity

Our preferred remote backup solution provider is expanding in a big way! Servosity, which is based right here in Greenville South Carolina, has made a commitment to create 30 new positions over the next 12 to 18 months. And these will be higher paying jobs with a much higher skill requirement. We continue to use […]

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Wish your business had the servers of a Fortune 500 company? You can! #hacked

Wish your business had the servers of a Fortune 500 company?  You can!  #hacked

For a price, you can have access to a Fortune 500 server and network according to an article on krebsonsecurity.com. In the article, they explain hackers are creating a virtual services network of their own, using exploited / compromised / hacked systems sitting inside the corporate networks of Fortune 500 companies. But it is not […]

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SC Department of Revenue cyber attack exposes 3.6 million social security numbers

SC Department of Revenue cyber attack exposes 3.6 million social security numbers

A data breech due to a cyber attack on a South Carolina Department of Revenue web server has exposed a potential 3.6 million SC social security numbers and approximately 387,000 debit card numbers, however, the official report indicates that only a small portion of the card numbers were not encrypted. You can read about the […]

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Relying on Jesus for computer and network security will not protect you

Relying on Jesus for computer and network security will not protect you

I bet that title got your attention! But according to a list of passwords examined, “Jesus” will not protect you, as it is on SplashData’s list of password’s that are considered unsafe due to the sheer usage of them. Obviously, “password” is the worst, followed by “123456″ and “12345678″. I stole the following list of […]

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Hackers can turn your computer into a bomb!

Hackers can turn your computer into a bomb!

A little humor for your Friday… Thanks to Adrian Lamo for reminding me about this jewel from World Net News… Apparently, hackers can turn your computer into a bomb and blow your family to smithereens. If they can do this to your HOME computer, imagine what they can do with your more powerful work computer! […]

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Octoberfest? No, it’s just time for a bunch of Microsoft Office Updates! Get ‘em installed!

Octoberfest? No, it’s just time for a bunch of Microsoft Office Updates!  Get ‘em installed!

Here we are, another Patch Tuesday, where Microsoft makes updates available to their products. The Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for October 2012¬†indicates there are seven bulletins that will be addressed today. ¬†They include: Critical – Remote code execution – Affecting Microsoft Office and Microsoft Server Important – Remote code execution – Affecting Microsoft Office […]

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