Dave Albaugh is a freelance Information Infrastructure Master Technician who consults on computer & network security for small businesses, SOHOs & entrepreneurs. He has documented loads of "knowledge nuggets" for different clients on topics such as security, understanding the technology behind the internet, and the infrastructure behind a computer network, all written in non-techie English. When he's not putting out client's fires, Dave is a roadie for his wife's Taiko group and a non-biker motorcycle enthusiast
The fake tech support scam has become even more dangerous with the introduction of ransomware packages and easily installed keyloggers. Learn the danger signs and the way these scammers manipulate actual Windows tools to make people think their computers are infected with viruses.
SQL injection attacks are becoming more prevalent. Along with the use of dynamic content on websites. This article contains suggestions and code snippets for helping coders prevent these kinds of attacks right in the programs they write.