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Archive for January, 2018

Older iPhones Are Being Purposefully Throttled, According To Apple

Not long ago, observant Reddit users noted and began discussing a curious phenomenon. It appeared that older iPhones were unexpectedly slowing down, and no one could name the reason why. It caught ...

WARNING: Your Business Is More Likely to Be the Victim of Cybercrime NOW than Ever Before … Take These Steps Today so You Don't get Hacked!

Though we’re in the midst of an unprecedented rise in high-profile cybercrime incidents, it’s easy to assume that our own much smaller businesses are safe. Sure, we think, hacking into the data ...

Corporate Attacks On The Rise Through Vulnerable Printers

Few things are more ubiquitous in an office environment than printers. Of course, these days, most printers are much more than simply that. They can also scan, copy and even send emails. ...

2017 List Of Most Used Passwords Released

SplashData has released their latest annual report on the most commonly used passwords.  Unfortunately, the more things change, the more they stay the same. By now, everyone knows that the number of ...

Apple Might Be Working On Universal Apps Across Mac, iOS

Apple has been quietly working on something called "Project Marzipan" for a couple of years now, and it appears that they're getting closer to unveiling it. The company seeks to bring its ...

Windows 10 Third Party Password Manager Could Have Security Issue

Do you use "Keeper?"  If you're not sure what it is, then you probably don't. It's a password manager that Microsoft has been bundling with some of its Windows 10 releases. Either ...

Researchers Find Malware Targeting Industrial Systems

In the malware ecosystem, few strains are more terrifying than those that target industrial control systems. Think Stuxnet, Industroyer and IronGate. Recently, security researchers from FireEye have identified a new threat in ...

Microsoft Word Gets Update To Disable DDE After Malware Concerns

In recent months, Microsoft Word has been getting a fair amount of bad press, thanks to an old-but-still-supported feature called DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange). This is the feature that allows Word to ...

DirecTV Genie DVR May Have A Major Vulnerability

If you have a Genie DVR system, you should be aware of a major security flaw in the firmware that could allow a hacker to take complete control over the device. At ...

Always Connected Laptops Could Be The Next Generation Of Hardware

What's the next big thing for the PC world? If the industry's major players have anything to say about it, it will be the "always-on" PC. Forget about plugging into your company's ...

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New Ransomware Leaks Confidential Data To Public

New Ransomware Leaks Confidential Data To Public

There's a disturbing emerging trend in the world of hackers who make use of ransomware to extort payment from companies.[...]
Microsoft Releasing New Chromium Based Edge Browser To Users

Microsoft Releasing New Chromium Based Edge Browser To Users

Microsoft Edge is dead. Long, live Microsoft Edge! The tech giant Microsoft has seen enormous success in a variety of markets,[...]
Messaging Gets Upgrade For Instagram Users

Messaging Gets Upgrade For Instagram Users

Mark Zuckerberg's social media empire is chasing growth. It's not hard to understand why. Facebook is the world's largest social[...]

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Since 2004, Kincaid Network Solutions has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in Clifton Park, Saratoga Springs, Albany, Ballston Spa, Burnt Hills, Ballston Lake, Glens Falls, Scotia, Glenville, Niskayuna, and the surrounding NY Capital District. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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