Cybertips

Can’t help it but we all want to know what was happening on the day we were born.

With over 200,000 entries this resource is the world’s largest, most accurate, and popular site to find out about any day in history.

With a click you can be looking at historical information on Events. Famous Birthdays – Weddings, Divorces and Deaths – Sports, Music, Movies and TV.- all related to any particular day of the year.

You can surprise your friends and relatives with a link that shows them everything that was going on when they arrived here on Earth.

Click Here for This Cyber Trick

We are pleased to be of service to our friends and to provide you with these monthly CyberTips. We are always current on ways to expand our normal high standards of service with the very latest internet and other cyberspace strategies and tools. Please contact us with any questions regarding our services. Our contact information is below.

You probably know most of this — but it bears repeating. Every time you dispose of your old computer — remember that reformatting your hard drive doesn’t even come close to protecting your sensitive data.

Your also may have thought that when you ‘delete’ a file — the data is gone — Wrong. When you delete a file, the operating system does not remove the file from your hard drive. It only removes the reference of the file from the system table. The file remains on the disk until another file is created over it, and even after that, it might be possible to recover data by studying the magnetic fields on the disk platter surface. Before the file is overwritten, anyone can pretty easily retrieve it with a disk maintenance or un-delete utility.

These people give you an advanced security tool for Windows which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. This free gem can also securely erase individual files and is currently supported under most recent versions of Windows up to Windows Ten.

The price is certainly right and those who know anything (like PC World and CNet) like and recommend this gem.

Click Here for This Cyber Trick

Copyright © 2018 All Rights Reserved

Trick 1

The good folks at AARP point out that Congress passed a law that will help people protect themselves from fraud (at no cost) by blocking the bad guys from opening up credit in their name. In the past, credit rating companies have charged people fees to freeze their credit reports — and you needed to pay a separate fee to each credit-rating agency. The no-fee service will go into effect shortly.

Fraudsters used this information to establish credit in another person’s name, posing significant potential financial liability on the unsuspecting. With a freeze in place, these rascals will find it much more difficult to set up a credit account in your name.

To avoid any delays, remember to unfreeze the accounts well before you will be looking for a new line of credit – or mortgage loan on a house purchase.
Another way to keep your left glove high.

Click Here for This Great Place

Check – Call – Compress. That’s the advice these folks share in this quick video — and it will take you only a minute or so to learn how to apply CPR and save the life of someone who is in cardiac arrest — the third ranked cause of death in the US.

These good folks at New York Presbyterian Hospital put together this short instructive resource to quickly help you save a life when the occasion arises. They point out that the survival rate of a victim decreases ten percent for every minute that CPR is not applied.

Knowing that effective hands using CPR triples the victim’s chance of survival, should be incentive for every man woman and child to take a minute to learn this easy technique.

These good folks urge you to take that minute today.

Click Here for This Great Place

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s