Objects in Email Not Always What They Appear Have you received an email from a ‘reputable source’, such as your bank, credit card company, or Paypal account, that notifies you of a password reset or the completion of a successful transaction that you know you didn’t make? Chances are, you’re the target of Phishing – […]
Dosey-Doe and the Google 2-Step The next time you log in to your Google Account, you’ll likely be prompted to setup your 2-Step Verification Code. According to Google, “2-step verification drastically reduces the chances of having the personal information in your Google account stolen by someone else. Why? Because hackers would have to not only […]
Is your online “life” safe? A recent article at ABCNews.com paints a painful picture of security vunerabilities and loopholes that exist at places you’d least expect: Apple and Amazon. In a bizarre turn of events, hackers are using antiquated technology (aka the ‘telephone’) to commit identity fraud and gain access to users’ account information. According to […]
Liftoff! We’re pleased to announce the new site for GL Schnader, Inc. has been launched! Be sure to visit www.schnaderinc.com to learn more about this Baltimore-based builder and developer.
It’s launchtime again folks! We’re pleased to announce our new site for James E. Elliott Law, LLC. Be sure to visit www.ImmigrationLawBaltimore.com. Welcome aboard!
Tips for choosing the right domain name(s) Well done Mr. Max! You’ve got a great new website at maxservicesinc.com* with lots of informative details about your new company, ‘Max Services, Inc.*’ You are definitely the best at… er…uh… just what exactly? Zero-Gravity Dog Widgets? Didn’t see that coming… Help me here: If a helium-overdosed canine […]