Hi RGB customers and visitors. Some of you may have been alerted about certain vulnerabilities with passwords associated with your social media accounts and other online accounts. RGB would like you to know that our systems are secured and if we are managing your information we follow security protocols for our servers and online systems. Read More »
RGB is rolling out some new landing pages for our client Mark Forester owner of The Pool Doctor, pool cleaning and supplies of Cape Coral and Fort Myers. During our meeting we attempted to claim his old Google Places listing in order to update the new information. Mark did not know his Google log in information so we set out to contact Google for support. Google has strict privacy policies, but they are after all human too… and after 30 minutes of guessing games with tricky and helpful hints by Google representative we were able to recover the email used to in his account and begin the process of resetting a new password. Sooo THANKS GOOGLE! Read More »
This means there will be no more security updates or technical support for the Windows XP operating system. It is very important that customers and partners migrate to a modern operating system such as Windows 8.1. Customers moving to a modern operating system will benefit from dramatically enhanced security, broad device choice for a mobile workforce, higher user productivity, and a lower total cost of ownership through improved management capabilities.
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Warning. Do not open any message with an attachment called Archive (Windows Live) regardless of who sends it to you. This is a virus that burns the entire hard disk. This virus comes from a know person you have in your mailing list, so you may want to alert your friends.
If you receive a message called” “UPDATING WINDOWS LIVE”, even if is is sent by a friend, do not open it. It has been classified by Microsoft as the most destructive virus that ever existed. The virus was discovered in the past day by McAfee. There if NO chance of repair for this type of virus.
For convenience many of us in the past have ‘saved your password’ in your Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox web browser. While it is convenient it can pose a significant security risk to you. Especially if you are not prone to keep your anti malware and other antivirus programs updated.
It is very important to keep your browser free of unnecessary add-ons and to keep them updated. If you are accessing your website via FTP certainly saving your password on your web browser is a big no no!
Any important passwords should be changed at least once per month.