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If you are running Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 R2 it is critical you read Security Alert: A critical vulnerability in Microsoft RDP could lead to another WannaCry-magnitude attack
Apple: New Way to Cancel App Subscriptions Apple has finally addressed the unsubscribe process that has been so frustrating. The latest iOS update added a new way to cancel app subscriptions, and it is so much easier than before. The new update added the option to “manage subscriptions” directly in the App Store. To access the menu simply tap on your profile icon in the right top corner of the app, and then open the App
Another Hack—This time the hack included names, job descriptions, email addresses and, in some cases, street addresses of more than 23,000 people. More than 1,000 of the email addresses belong to the FBI.gov domain and the domains of other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. You can read the article here. If you have further questions about identity protection or need assistance please contact Megabite today at 904-430-0350.
Two New Apps for The Hearing Impaired Google has released two new Android apps for the deaf and hearing impaired. It’s estimated by the World Health organization that 900 million people will have hearing loss by 2055, what a better way to take steps to improve communication options available for the hearing impaired than to create apps that make connecting easier. 1. Live Transcribe, automatically translates spoken words into text on your phone screen. The