Archive for February, 2019

New Survey Shows People Still Have Bad Password Habits

For the last several years, industry experts have been sounding the alarm about password security.  We've known for quite some time that one of the biggest weak spots in corporate security is ...

GSuite Now Offers Better Android Mobile App Management Options

GSuite has added an important new bit of functionality in the form of Android App Management, which comes in two basic flavors.  There are some things you can do using the company's ...

Mac Keychain Bug Could Be Big Problem For Apple

An independent security researcher named Henze has discovered a potentially devastating macOS exploit that's been dubbed Keychain, and he has posted a video demonstrating it in action. Henze has discovered other vulnerabilities ...

Facebook Messenger Unsend Feature Is Now Available

Several months ago, Facebook announced a new feature that would be coming soon to Messenger. Initially, the company didn't set a timetable for the often asked for delete functionality, but it recently ...

Large Increase In Business Email Hacking Incidents

Given the rate of increase in the number of hacking attacks, it was predicted early on that 2018 would be another record setting year. That came with more hack attempts and more ...

Google Releasing Chrome Extension To Detect Password Theft

Google has a new extension for its Chrome browser, and it's one you should strongly consider getting for all of your devices at home and in the office. The extension is called ...

New 5GE Coming To Phones Is Still In Development

AT&T is getting some pushback for what most industry insiders are calling a misleading indicator. It has started to appear on many new smartphones including both Androids and iPhones. With the latest ...

Popular Media Applications Will Be Discontinued From Windows 7

Despite that there are still a shocking number of Windows 7 users spread around the world, Microsoft has kept with its previously published end of support schedule, and is no longer supporting ...

Mistyped URLs Will Soon Get A Warning In Chrome

At one point or another, everybody has done it.  You open a browser and type in the URL of a site you visit frequently.  In doing so, your finger slips and you ...

In App Subscriptions Getting Crackdown From Apple

One of the unfortunate truths about apps is that many developers use deceptive practices to try and confuse consumers. They try to mislead them about how much custom features cost and when ...

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Attachment Extensions Carrying Malware Banned On Microsoft Outlook

Attachment Extensions Carrying Malware Banned On Microsoft Outlook

One of the most common means by which malware winds up on the computers of its victims is via an[...]
WiFi 6 Is The Latest In Wireless Technology Advances

WiFi 6 Is The Latest In Wireless Technology Advances

Most people don't spend a lot of time thinking about standards or the organizations that maintain and push them forward. [...]
New Microsoft Update Some Caused Network Adapter Issues

New Microsoft Update Some Caused Network Adapter Issues

If you haven't yet downloaded and installed the latest Windows 10 update (version 1903), read this article carefully before deciding[...]

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Since 2005, Cirrus IT Solutions has evolved to become a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium-sized businesses in the Knoxville and Charleston areas. We have helped multiple businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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