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Apple’s MobileMe Service Ends June 30

If you are a user of Apple’s MobileMe services, please be sure to read this announcement. As part of Apple’s rollout of iCloud — which replaces the long-standing MobileMe suite of services — all MobileMe content will be going permanently offline on Saturday, June 30, 2012.  If you wish to continue to have access to … Continued

Flashback Attack: Mac Malware Exploit Prompts Urgent Java Update From Apple

Update (4/19/2012): Apple has released a Flashback malware removal tool which, according to Apple, “removes the most common variants of the Flashback malware” — for details, see Apple’s Knowledge Base article here: ### A Trojan Horse attack known as “Flashback” has infected more than half a million Macs around the world according to Russian … Continued

Microsoft Releases Critical Windows Update to Patch Vulnerability in Remote Desktop Protocol

Late last month, Microsoft released Security Bulletin MS12-020, a “Critical” level system patch which resolves a Windows system vulnerability through which remote attackers could gain access to affected computers. The vulnerability, which concerns Microsoft’s Remote Desktop service (“RDP”), affects all versions of Windows; unpatched systems that have RDP turned on are at risk of remote … Continued

Keeping an Eye on Your iPhone

Question: Do you have good coverage for your iPhone 4?  No, not cellular coverage (this isn’t an AT&T joke)…we’re talking about physical and financial protection for the world’s favorite smartphone.  Considering the cost to repair or replace an iPhone 4, an ounce of protection is worth at least a pound of cure! Let’s start with … Continued