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Master social engineer. Double agent to the Secret Service and his own extensive cybercrime organization. Meet Albert Gonzalez, mid-00’s hacker extraordinaire.read more
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In 1981, a ninth grader planted the world’s first virus. And in 1988, the world’s first worm was released into the internet by Robert T. Morris. Chaos ensued, and then was cleaned up. Read more about some of the first breaches the tech world has ever seen.read more
TechHouse’s Healthy Business and Healthy Lives: Do It Yourself IT Health Checks: Hardware What is Hardware? Think of hardware as the parts of your computer you can physically touch, whether you see them or not including the keyboard, USB drive, printer, the monitor....read more
Almost all of us have been the victim of attempted security breaches. In many cases, these come in the form of malware or phishing. Malware is software that is intended to damage or disable computers and computer systems and can be easily prevented through security...read more
TechHouse’s Healthy Business and Healthy Lives: Do It Yourself IT Health Checks: Performance We have all had those days where we sit down to work and our computers start running slow. Some call it the Monday blues, some call it the Friday meltdown. This week's blog...read more
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