Mid-March 2021, Google made an update available for its Chrome web browser in order to address five security flaws, one of which was a zero-day vulnerability. A zero-day vulnerability means that hackers are finding and taking advantage of the vulnerability before Google had a chance to find and fix it themselves. With Chrome being one… Continue reading Browser Security – Make sure you don’t fall victim to the new Chrome/Chromium vulnerability
Taxin’ and Relaxin’
The IRS began processing 2020 federal tax returns on Friday, February 12, 2021, and with the COVID-19 pandemic persisting it is no surprise that more tax returns are expected to be filed electronically in 2021 than ever before. While a jump in the number of tax returns filed electronically isn’t a bad thing, there is… Continue reading Taxin’ and Relaxin’
On the First Day of Christmas My Computer Gave to Me… a Virus After My Shopping Spree.
Tips for safe online shopping during the Christmas season and all year long. Online Christmas shopping has been growing in popularity for years. Enter a global pandemic, and expectations can only be that the number of online shoppers will increase this holiday season. At the same time, you don’t have to scan the news for… Continue reading On the First Day of Christmas My Computer Gave to Me… a Virus After My Shopping Spree.