Keep up with EONI alerts, special offers, service changes and other information to add to the value of your EONI experience. Become a more effective computer and internet user with security advice, computing tips and information on industry developments.
See our previous post for details. Also see today’s CNET article, “Microsoft to Windows XP users: The jig is up”.
Quite some time ago, Microsoft announced that it will be ending support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. What does that mean for those who still use that venerable operating system, first released in August 2001?
A nasty "phishing" email message is currently making the rounds to some EONI email subscribers, telling them that their email accounts are about to expire, and that they should click a link to correct this "problem" and upgrade their email account.
Still running Windows XP? Why?
Here is a great 2 minute video by Mozilla to help you choose more secure passwords.
You’ve heard us preaching and seen our messages and posts over the past few years about “phishing” dangers. Phishing is the practice by unscrupulous spammers who attempt to trick you into giving away the farm by getting you to click disguised email links that dupe you into surrendering passwords and other private data.