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Archive for October, 2019

Tamper Protection Enabled By Default In Windows 10 Update

Do you have the new Windows 10? If you're not sure, the most recent version (as of the time this article was written) is version 1903, which was the May 2019 update. ...

Support For Microsoft Office 2010 Ending Soon Upgrade Recommended

Are you still using Microsoft Office 2010? If so, Microsoft recently issued a reminder you're not going to like hearing. Extended Support for Office 2010 expires on October 13th, 2020, so time ...

Twitter Utilized User 2FA Phone Numbers For Ad Targeting

Twitter isn't having a good year.  Over the past twelve months, the company has fessed up to half a dozen bugs and blunders that have left the company with egg on their ...

Screen Protectors Circumvent Fingerprint Security On Samsung Devices

Do you own a Samsung Galaxy S10?  If so, one of the reasons you bought it may be because of its cutting-edge biometric technology. It utilizes ultrasounds to create a detailed 3D ...

RobbinHood Ransomware Another Reason To Back Up Your Systems

The creators of the dreaded 'Robbinhood' ransomware strain are putting their reputation to work for them.  The hackers have recently modified their ransom note in a couple of important ways. First and ...

Pitney Bowes Company Recently Hit By Ransomware

If you're a business owner, you probably utilize at least a few of the services Pitney Bowes offers.  They maintain a global shipping, mailing, e-commerce and financial services empire that touches just ...

Tech Tip #25: Is It Time To Move To The Cloud?

Do You “Love” Spending Money On Servers, Backup Devices And IT Upgrades? (If Not, Maybe It’s Time To Move To The Cloud) As hurtful as ...

Cybersecure Your Business

Employees empowered with the resources and knowledge to protect your organization from cyber threats is one of the best lines of defense you can ...

Malicious Apps Continue Getting Past Google On Play Store

Say what you want about Google, but the company has a solid track record of doing all they can to keep the Google Play Store relatively free of malicious apps. By most ...

Windows Version of iTunes Needs Updated To Avoid Ransomware        

Are you a Windows iTunes user? If so, you should upgrade iTunes immediately or run the risk of being infected with the BitPaymer ransomware strain. The group controlling the software has been ...

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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

All Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), but not all MFA is 2FA. Multi-Factor Authentication works on the principle[...]
ISO Files Are Being Used To Deliver Malware

ISO Files Are Being Used To Deliver Malware

Researchers at Trustwave have observed a notable increase in the use of .ISO files to deliver malware. Hackers have relied[...]
Message Recall Feature May Be Added To Office 365

Message Recall Feature May Be Added To Office 365

For a while now, Microsoft Outlook users have enjoyed a highly popular addition to their email service. In a nutshell,[...]

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4 Blossom Terrace
Salisbury Mills, NY 12577
(845) 237-2117

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Since 1999, Meeting Tree Computer has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in the Hudson Valley area. We have helped hundreds of 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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