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Beware Consequences to your Business if you run Windows XP

Beware Consequences to your Business if you run Windows XP

News   •   Apr 18, 2013 14:24 BST

Microsoft have confirmed they have no plans to extend the deadline to the ending of support for Windows XP users past April 8th 2014 and this could lead to a few nasty shocks for those that are still using the XP operating system after that date.

Are you Creating a Backdoor into your System?

Are you Creating a Backdoor into your System?

News   •   Mar 15, 2013 13:39 GMT

We have all downloaded third party software to our home computers, laptops or mobile devices in the past. Most computers even come with it installed. Java, Firefox and Adobe Reader are all popular examples of third party applications that you may have installed on your system. But how many of us consider our system security when installing popular applications?