Category: Support

How to know if your Windows 10 license can be transferred for use on another computer It often becomes necessary to upgrade or replace computer hardware. One of the things to consider is if you can transfer your Windows 10 operating system over to your new computer. There are three different Windows 10 license types: […]

New data spells out the alarming trend of using outdated software Running an unsupported or near end-of-life operating system increases security risks. Despite that fact, new research from Kaspersky has revealed that many businesses and consumers are still using Windows 7. Some users have yet to even upgrade past Windows XP! Researchers from Kaspersky analyzed […]

One third of businesses risk security by still using Windows XP Unpatched operating systems can cause significant security headaches in the future, but even with the threat of malware or ransomware, it’s been found that approximately one third of all businesses are still using Windows XP. According to SpiceWorks’ Future of Network and Endpoint Security’s […]

Logitech wireless USB dongles vulnerable to cyber attack   A large range of Logitech wireless input devices are vulnerable to attack and can pose a significant security risk. With this hack, not only can attackers eavesdrop on keystrokes, but they can also infect the host system. Security expert Marcus Mengs investigated the wireless connections of […]

Version 1903 for Windows 10 has made its debut The Microsoft Windows 10 May Update, version 1903, has been released and is available to both business customers and consumers. If you’re not already running the previously most recent Windows 10 update – version 1809 – don’t worry; you’ll be able to go straight to the […]

NVIDIA issued an important security patch NVIDIA has issued a security update that fixes three high- and medium-severity security issues in the NVIDIA GPU Display Driver that can cause a number of problems with code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges, or information disclosure on vulnerable Windows machines. If hackers were to exploit the […]

PCs that use USB storage or SD cards may have disrupted Windows update   Users that are using USB storage devices and/or SD cards will need to remove them prior to the May 2019 Windows 10 update, as Microsoft has stated that they’ll block the update from running on devices with those elements connected. Microsoft […]

ASUS has addressed the hack affecting their updates   In our previous blog article, we spoke about the backdoors that were inadvertently installed on thousands of computers through an infection on an ASUS server. ASUS Software Updates Hijacked by Hackers ASUS has now addressed the issue and they have released a new version of their […]

Backdoors have been installed on thousands of computers through ASUS updates   Researchers at Kaspersky Lab state that ASUS was used unwittingly to install a malicious backdoor on thousands of its customers’ computers last year after attackers compromised a server for the company’s live software update tool. The malicious file was signed with legitimate ASUS […]

A form of DirectX 12 has been released for gaming on Windows 7   Microsoft posted an update on their DirectX Blog to let everyone know that they’ve brought a form of DirectX 12 to Windows 7. They’ve brought this latest DX12 version to Windows 7 for World of Warcraft. This was a response to […]