Category: <span>Tips & Tricks</span>

5 Easy ways to figure out that you have a malware problem Letting your guard down for even a little bit can result in malware on your system. When that happens, it’s important to recognize the potential symptoms so that you can clear it from your system as soon as possible. There are a few […]

Your 10-Step Guide to Preventing Ransomware Attacks Ransomware attacks can do a lot of damage to businesses. Once ransomware has been allowed to infect your computer, it begins the process of holding your data hostage. A ransom is then demanded by the cybercriminal in exchange for your data. Unfortunately, even if you pay the ransom, […]

What Not to Use as a 2021 Password Passwords. Something that all computer users need on a regular basis. Yet those very necessary little lines of characters can also get us into trouble if they’re not strong enough to keep out hackers. Researchers at NordPass, a password management service provider, analyzed 275,699,516 passwords that were […]

Ransomware attacks are on the rise. Here’s how to protect your business. We recently wrote about the ransomware attack that happened to the City of Ellensburg in December of 2020. (https://rhynonetworks.com/ransomware-cyberattack-close-to-home) The City of Ellensburg was also the victim of an attack in August of 2019, where they were sent a realistic looking email from […]

Most customizable email coming to Office 365 Support for subaddressing, also known as plus addressing, is coming to Office 365. Microsoft is adding this feature, which is already present in Hotmail, to Office 365 email services with a hope of completion being Q3 2020. Custom subaddressing of email addresses allows users to extend their email […]

Microsoft Teams has lots of hidden gems among its features Microsoft Teams is a great tool for staying connected. From chatting to video conferencing and project collaboration, there’s lots of ways to customize your connection. Read on for our list of some of the great little-known features available on Microsoft Teams. • Hide your hoard […]

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: […]

Chrome on Android’s Data Saver now delivers faster loading for HTTPS   Google has announced that Chrome on Android’s Data Saver now supports encrypted HTTPS webpages. It previously only worked with unencrypted HTTP content. The feature automatically improves page loading by using what they refer to as “built-in optimizations” and dedicated servers. The page loading […]

Nearly half of all phishing sites now display the padlock   In the past, it was advised to check the address bar of websites to make sure they had a padlock. The common understanding was that the padlock meant those sites were legitimate and secure. Unfortunately, new research is showing that 49% of all phishing […]

There is hot debate over the necessity of ejecting USB devices before removing them. Which side are you on?   Popular Science decided to heat up the summer by stirring the pot. They published an article titled Do you really need to properly eject a USB drive before yanking it out? This led to fierce […]