Facebook has added a neat video on how to help with Search Engine Optimization on your facebook page!
Mac users beware! A new variety of the Mac OSx's "Flashback" Trojan Virus is beginning to show back up! Mac viruses are usually kept as secrets that Apple doesn't want you finding out about, but they do exists. With this variety practically no user intervention is required making it by far the most dangerous. All that has to happen is a user visiting an infected site without having the latest Java updates installed. Essentially they will see this Java error and already be affected. No administrator password or further action is neccessary. The ease of infection is NOT what makes this variant so dangerous. What happens next is by far the worst part.
A PC Magazine article recently stated that on average 43% of users will some or all of their data including photos, videos, documents, and music. This is an inevitability if you are only keeping one copy of these precious memories. Hard drive crashes, theft, and natural causes are all possibilities. Backing up to an external hard drive is great, but what if it gets stolen or destroyed along with your original copy?
Having used MyPCBackup.com now for the free trial and beginning to pay the measily $4.95 / month the value is quite unbeatable. It is not just a backup service either as it allows syncing of files between devices like your mobile phone so all of your photos, videos, and documents are available whereever you are!
Back in November the FBI busted a DNSChanger ring which forced infected computers to go to fraudulent web sites, interfere with web browsing, and leave you more prone to malware with no knowledge by end users. When the FBI busted the ring they replaced the infected servers with clean servers so that infected users would not have interupted access.