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I Need Help, my Windows Server Crashed!   Server crashes aren't the end of the world, so let's breathe and start the diagnosis procedure (or better yet, click on the Chat Button on the bottom right to talk to us). Server's can crash for a lot of reasons...

How to Hack WiFi Passwords in 3 Easy Steps   Looking for how to hack a WiFi password OR, in our case, looking to protect yourself from WiFi hacking; here are the easy to use steps on both sides of security aisle. First things first, what the heck...

Dell OptiPlex w/ Windows 10 won't boot after Clone or even see a fresh install of Windows 10   I recently had an issue where I had used Acronis clone to image Windows 10 from a SATA HDD over to SanDisk SSD and after the cloning the...

There is no excuse for not having Encryption, just ask the lawyers   Encryption has become such a mainstream security option because of its vital role in the security process, the ease of which to get it and the necessary role it plays in protecting sensitive data...

LifeLock Unlocked by Security Flaw   Identity theft protection firm LifeLock recently fixed a vulnerability on its site that exposed their customer's email addresses to anyone with a basic understanding of how to use a web browser. Lifelock, more like LifeUnlock, am I right...

How LME's Website got to 200 Daily Visitors and yours can too   When I took over our website we had zero visitors. It had our company name a picture of our restored 66' Dodge Charger. So one of my first points of action was to learn about SEO,...

Texas Cancer Center ordered to pay $4.3 Million fine for HIPAA Violation   The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ruled that The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center violated the HIPAA Act and was ordered to pay $4.3 million to the OCR. MD Anderson is...

Why is Gmail treating my Exchange server’s domain emails as spam   If you have an exchange server and Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo is treating your domain emails like spam then there is likely an issue with your domain's hosted DNS records, specifically your SPF and DKIM.   Why...