iPhone’s Confession app

The United States Catholic church has recently approved an iPhone app used by members to prepare for confession. Titled “Confession: A Roman Catholic App“, it is intended to make the confession process smoother by giving a step-by-step guide to the Rite of Penance. After creating a profile users are presented with a series of questions […]

Updates for Windows, IE

Microsoft has issued three security bulletins under the ‘critical’ label. These critical updates are included in a patch along with nine other alerts rated as “important”.

Many Bittorrent websites down

A disgruntled ex-employee of the popular “Reality Check Network” managed to bring down several servers today that just so happen to be the hosts to dozens of popular Bittorrent websites, including ThePirateBay.

5 Questions and Answers about Facebook Groups

Yahoo! News writer Ben Patterson recently released a great article addressing the latest updates to Facebook, particularly Facebook Groups. Facebook has relaunched it’s Groups in an effort to streamline them and make them easier to access both publicly and privately.

BBB warns of Facebook scam

The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about the latest “phishing” scam that is making the rounds of Facebook this week.

The subject of the new scam is McDonald’s, but the real target is your personal information. This phishing scam is being spread via status updates exclaiming that McDonald’s will be closing and it has a link to find out the “real” reason why.

Gmail offline bug in Chrome

If you’ve been having problems with Gmail crashing Google Chrome in offline mode, don’t feel alone. As of Thursday an update to all development versions of the browser cause Chrome to crash as soon as you log in to Gmail, if configured for offline use. Until an update is released to fix this bug you […]

FBI Warning – Must Read

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released a warning to
alert users about an ongoing threat involving pop-up security messages
that appear on the Internet. These pop-up messages may contain
seemingly legitimate antivirus software.

Adobe Reader and Acrobat Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Adobe has stated that they are investigating public reports of a
vulnerability affecting Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Public reports
indicate that exploitation of this vulnerability may occur when a user
opens a specially crafted PDF file.

Malicious Code Circulating via Social Security Administration Phishing Messages

US-CERT is aware of public reports of malicious code circulating via phishing email messages that appear to come from the Social Security Administration. The messages indicate that the users’ annual Social Security statements may contain errors and instruct users to follow a link to review their Social Security statement. If users click this link, they […]

How to upload videos to YouTube and make them look good

Since it was founded in 2005 by former employees of the popular online money-management site, Paypal, YouTube has become the leader in the online video community. It’s not a surprise however that most users of YouTube do not know how easy it is to upload their own videos, much less how to make them look […]

Google Unveils Chrome OS

It’s hard to believe it has been almost a year since Google launched it’s much-anticipated web browser, Google Chrome. With an estimated 35 million users already making it their browser of choice, it’s not hard to understand why Google wants to capitalize on that and has now announced their own Operating System, Chrome OS. Chrome […]