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Ping G30 Hybrid Price

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UK population suffering digital amnesia

A recent study by Kaspersky Lab found that the UK population is suffering from 'digital amnesia’ because of its over-reliance on smartphones and Google to provide information.
The company found that around a third of 'connected' adults couldn’t recall their partner’s phone number.
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Cybercriminals exploit flaw in Flash

We realise the above headline is something you’ve read time and time again, but on this occasion a security hole was found in an update to Flash almost as soon as it was released. Adobe admitted that the bug, which could allow for the remote execution of malicious code, was already “being actively exploited in the wild via limited, targeted attacks”.
Once discovered, the company quickly issued a patch for the flaw, and advises all ...
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Windows 8.1 Bank online with confidence

-Keep your operating system and apps current. Head to Settings>Control Panel>System & Security and click Check for Updates under Windows Update
-If optional updates appear you can select the link to gain information before installing. Just select the toggle box next to the update and choose Install.
-Head back to System & Security, select Windows Firewall and use the left panel to make sure it’s enabled. Firewalls add another layer of protection.
-Get hold of ...
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Safe online: Use technology to protect kids

-Check the parental controls that may be offered by your service provider. BT, Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk in the UK have filters that allow you to limit access to adult content. ISPs in the US offer services designed to protect children online, too. Visit their websites for details.
-Windows and OS X let you determine how children can use your computer. Family Safety activates when you create a Windows child account. You can set time ...
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Avoid online tricks

You don’t need tech to avoid fraud, just common sense. As sophisticated as many attempts at fraud are, you can still avoid becoming a victim simply by using your common sense. Unsolicited emails which offer something that is too good to be true are a classic fraud mechanism and our advice is to never take up any offer that arrives, no matter who it says it is from. If you are wary of salespeople who ...
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Always protect yourself against viruses

We (AVG) advise you to install antivirus software as soon as you start using a PC, but it can be difficult to know which one to choose. There are many big names out there and some are more expensive than others, but we would suggest to look for one that offers a free trial so that you can see how intrusive it is in daily use. Some antivirus solutions can slow your PC down dramatically, ...
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Is using your phone abroad more trouble than it's worth?

We all want to relax when we travel, so bringing along our iPads, mobile phones or other devices to stay connected is convenient, and preferable to hauling a laptop around. But services such as online banks have their interests to protect, and their security procedures can lock you out of your own account without much notice. Travellers now need to be prepared for these events if they’re expecting to access online banking or other services, ...
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Are advertisers becoming ways they harvest and use our data?

I wouldn’t necessarily use the word 'devious'. Current ad technology is powered by data that can make comparisons about our behaviour. As time passes and we use more apps, we generate more and more data. This natural evolution makes it easier to use our data to fine-hone targeted ads.

However, we are rapidly approaching a point where this data can be used to unfairly target people with ads. In the same way that we ban ...
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Europeans at highest risk of Dyre attacks

Security firm Trend Micro has attributed the 150 per cent increase in Dyre malware infections in the first quarter of 2015 to the malware’s new features that enable it to avoid detection. Europeans were at highest risk of being affected by Dyre, representing 39 per cent of all infections, while 38 per cent took place in North America. The malware, first uncovered in September 2014, is often delivered in spam emails using scare tactics about ...
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