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Have a home or office webcam? Now is a good time to change up that password.

Website reveals 73,000 unprotected security cameras with default passwords As we’ve reported before, users and businesses leaving their router username and passwords as the manufacturer’s default are potentially leaving themselves open to an easy hack, but a new website has sprung up illustrating the point in alarming detail. Insecam purports to show 73,000 security cameras from around […]

Two-thirds of top e-commerce sites still accept the weakest passwords

Two-thirds of top e-commerce sites still accept the weakest passwords, such as “123456” and “password”, without warning users that these are the very first passwords hackers will use in attempts to breach their accounts, according to a survey of 100 leading sites by password manager company Dashlane. Two-thirds of the British companies surveyed, including Amazon UK, […]

What does the Big Sur HelpDesk Agreement Cover?

Big Sur’s Service Desk supports numerous commonly used desktop software products, many of which are listed below. As discussed later, Service Desk also offers more limited support for line of business and proprietary applications. Service Desk fully supports desktops, laptops, thin clients, and printers, and provides more limited support for tablets, smart phones, and local networks.  Supported Desktop Operating […]