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 network in the Greenville and …

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And the winner of our Kindle Fire tablet computer giveaway is…………..

The winner of the Kindle Fire is: Jason Kneese, manager of Outman’s Cigar & Martini Bar here in Greenville! Out of 9459 entries into our #LeapIntoIT Kindle Fire giveaway, Jason had only a couple, but his retweet of our post was the lucky one that did it. I would like to thank everyone who took part in the fun and …

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Bogus Intuit QuickBooks Online Warnings Via Email Lead to Infection

Watch out for emails from Intuit and other software and service providers that appear to be legitimate and make sense on the surface… I was told by one of our friends/clients today that they had become infected after receiving an email from “software@quickbooks.com” which read something like this: Subject: QuickBooks Update: Urgent <Official Intuit QuickBooks Online logo here> You will …

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Patch your Mac, patch your Windows, patch your Microsoft Groove too… #patches

  Homeland Secure IT Alert for Thursday, March 10, 2011 It has been patch city this past week… Let’s start off with the Mac stuff for a change… ¬† Apple Mac OS X 10.5.x (Leopard) and 10.6.x (Snow Leopard) are the subject of two Apple security advisories which warn of 16 vulnerabilities in OS X’s Java components. Apple simply states …

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