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Archive for January, 2019

Windows 10 May Get Some New Useful Features

This spring, Windows 10 users will be treated to a raft of exciting new features. Currently, the company's massive test group of Windows Insiders is enjoying playing with them, but they'll be ...

Twitter May Have Been Hit By Another Data Breach 

2018 hasn't been a great year for social media, with all the major platforms suffering a number of significant data breaches at various points in the year.  Twitter alone has seen several, ...

Robocalls Increased Globally But Decreased In The U.S. 

According to data collected by Truecaller, the number of robocalls worldwide increased by a staggering 300 percent in 2018, although they were down slightly in the U.S.  This data, however, should be ...

Virtualization Making It Safer To Open EXE Files On Windows

Microsoft recently announced an addition to Windows 10 that should make the lives of Enterprise and power users a whole lot easier. Running an unknown, untrusted .exe file on your machine can ...

Facebook Flaw Exposed Photos Belonging To Millions Of Users 

Recently Facebook fessed up to a bug in their photo API that exposed the photos belonging to nearly seven million of the company's users to app developers. The way the photo API ...

New Phishing Attacks Look Like Emails From Apple

There's a new, widespread phishing campaign underway that you need to be aware of if you use the Apple App store at all.  At this time, no one knows who's behind the ...

This Mac Malware Takes Screenshots Of Your Computer

There's a new malware threat in the MacOS ecosystem called OSX.LamePyre.  If you haven't heard of it yet, it belongs on your radar. At the moment, industry experts agree that it's more ...

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New Cryptomining Malware Targets Windows Computers

New Cryptomining Malware Targets Windows Computers

Since October 2018, Microsoft engineers have been tracking a new strain of malware specifically designed to target Windows machines. As malware[...]
Google’s Cloud Print May Be Discontinued

Google’s Cloud Print May Be Discontinued

Are you a fan of Google's Cloud Print service?  It's fantastic because it allows you to print from anywhere to[...]
New T-Mobile Data Breach Compromised Customer Info

New T-Mobile Data Breach Compromised Customer Info

Recently the US branch of the global telecom company T-Mobile disclosed a security breach that impacted a small percentage of[...]

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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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