Technology in the Classroom Technological Learning Environments Technology used to be something that wasn’t easily accessible. To use a computer you would need to wait quite a while for the startup, and finding a computer would be difficult in itself. Today that is all changed, as computers come in all forms of shapes and sizes
Windows 10 Update for October is Losing Some Functions Recently Omnisence wrote an article about the upcoming Windows 10 update that had some questionable features, now we are seeing some changes for the October update that remove some functionality. To see the Omnisence article, click here. October holds Window 10’s newest update which is bound
Four Keys to Creating a Non-Hackable Password Creating passwords has never been an easy task. Deciding what word(s) or phrase to use is an eternal struggle, and then adding special characters like capitalization, punctuation or numbers to that is just a disaster for remembering the password. Generally we hear stories about people who used simple
Blockchain, as Big as the Internet Our society and its economy is run by many factors, so many it would be near impossible to keep track of them all mentally. However in all the various ways our economy works, the main factor is money. Always, money is the drive and in constant need, constant demand.
Once again, hackers have made the headline! Supposedly, some hackers backed by the Lebanese government have had a phishing scam in progress for several years. Recently, a group of security researchers have discovered a simple but obviously effective hacking method, that has been linked to affecting thousands of people. The location of the hacks have
Late last Thursday, Jan 11th, a hospital in Greenfield had become the victim to a hackers malware. The malware was ransomware that had locked up their computer systems, preventing access to patient information and other necessary medical records. Part of the Greenfield health network became locked down due to ransomware, preventing further medical action for
Recently announced, a Russian hacker group known as “Pawn Storm” has taken to the web for a bold attack on the Senate. In an attempt to gain email access, tensions rise in the US governments management of the continual Russian online invasions from hackers abound. This hacking group has been known for its penetration of
IOT devices pose a serious security risk! These devices are products, other then computers, that connect to the internet. In this day in age it could almost be anything. For example IOT devices could be a fridge, or a Smart TV, or even some children’s toys! While Internet of Things devices may lead to more