The iPhone Lock Screen Hack has got security experts at Apple scratching their heads. We all know how serious Apple takes thier security so why am I surprised Tim Cook let this one get by him. I guess it was a matter of time. Either way, here is a great video demonstrating how to hack into any iPhone while it is locked – VIDEO.
I was uninstalling apps on my Galaxy Note 4 when I accidentially clicked on the Amazon Prime. I didn’t even know I downloaded it. Must have been bundled with nother app I downloaded. The next thing I see is a pop-up saying, Congratulations on your new Amazon Prime membership! WHAT? Yep, In a matter of 2 seconds I spent $101.13 all because I opened up an app. That’s it. No warning, no nothing, just charge me. Simply opening the Amazon Prime App will automatically charge you $101.13 for an Amazon Prime membership like it or not. At least at the time of this post. Talk about scammy. So I called Amazon customer support 1-866-216-1072 to get my money back. Then the Amazon customer support agent tells me I would have to wait 3-5 business days to get my $101.13. Isn’t that crazy?
So please be careful when opening Amazon Prime apps on your Android smart phone.
If you have received an Email with this in the subject line
“#NOTICE-7514481336 – 24 hours for confirmation”
DO NOT click on any of the links inside this email as it is a scam, which is probably linked to malware. This was the email I received…
#NOTICE-7514481336 – 24 hours for confirmation
Account temporarily blocked (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To help protect your account from fraud or abuse, we have temporarily blocked it because we noticed some unusual activity.
We know having your account blocked is frustrating, but we can help you get it back easily in a few steps.
Unblock your account
To unblock your account click here and sign in to your blocked account.
We take your account security seriously and need these details to help us prevent hackers from accessing your account.
As far as blocked Hotmail accounts are concerned, meanwhile, only responsible use of your Outlook account can prevent it from being disabled.
Microsoft’s policy of restoring accounts that have been blocked seems to depend on the provision of accurate data so that the operatives can make a decision about your account.
Information can be misinterpreted and security questions and answers can be forgotten, so it is best to avoid any problems here by using your account responsibly.
If you have never heard of, or had experience with the Windows error BAD_POOL_HEADER, it can be scary. The BAD_POOL_HEADER error is usually associated with the way Windows allocates memory/RAM to devices and applications. Device drivers are usually the most common cause. Other causes including hard drive disk write errors and bad sectors that only surface intermittently. RAM = Random Access Memory errors would be suspect for memory pool issues overall.
Shut down your PC and disconnect all external USB devices except the mouse and keyboard. Turn your PC back on. That should do it.
My suggestion, use your computer for as long as you can without plugging your USB devices back in. Memory errors can be difficult to troubleshoot because they usually happen when we least expect. Give it a few days or so before plugging your USB devices back in. This has worked for me on my personal PC as well as my customer’s.
If you find the Windows BAD_POOL_HEADER error happens often, you could always continue unplugging your devices before you boot up, just so you are able to get to your desktop. If you like to troubleshoot, figure out which device(s) are responsible for the windows error by testing how your PC behaves when only 1 USB device is connected. If you have no problems, connect another etc. You could also try replacing or increasing your Memory/RAM.
There are a few other fixes for the BAD_POOL_HEADER, but they rarely need to be used. If this fix does not work for your particular situation, please explain in the comments below.
Please post your questions or comments below.
After spending countless hours tinkering with Windows 10, I noticed a few things that need to be looked at by the Windows 10 Team. Today I’m only going to talk about 1 of those things, the speed and efficiency that Google Drive syncs our files.
Google Drive is a service we pay for. Personally, I love Google Drive. I’ve been paying for this service for a few years. I rely on it to work. So when my computers have trouble syncing with Google Drive, it really bothers me. I’ve had sync problems in the past with Google Drive, but was able to fix it. Keep in mind, when you are dealing with remote syncing issues, it could take many hours to figure out what the root cause of the issue is. Why? Because there are so many things that you have to eliminate systematically it takes a while. Especially if you are not a Google Drive developer, which I am not. This Google Drive syncing issue existed in Windows 8.1, and it’s worse in Windows 10. I’m sure this has something to do with how new Windows 10 is… I’ve had Google Drive syncing issues with 2 of my new laptops and my main workstation, which all have Windows 10 Pro.
How do you fix this?
You don’t. This is an issue that the Google Drive Team and the Windows 10 Team need to talk about. Sure, you could try disabling all startup programs, uninstall resource hogging programs as an attempt to make your system as lean as possible, but that will just make your computer run a tad faster. That’s a good thing, but won’t help this issue. It’s how Windows 10 works with Google Drive that is the problem. My main complaint, Google Drive takes too long to sync. With a clear and secure network, 130mb dn / 50mb up and a super fast workstation / gaming rig. All of my programs run lightning fast!!! Except Google Drive.
If you have any comments or suggestions on this issue please post them below. I would love to hear what you think.
I had a client with this Windows 7 Error “System running low on resources – Cannot log on as new user”. Read on to see how I fixed it. Keep in-mind, the fix for this isn’t the same on all systems, so what works on one system may not work on another.
How it works
Upon restarting the clients computer the error “System running low on resources – Cannot log on as new user” would pop up. This particular error usually happens when there are more than one user accounts on a single system and the system is having issues with managing it’s memory. So rather than the user closing all programs and logging off, they would switch user accounts before shutting down programs. The next time you reboot your computer you will more than likely see the “System running low on resources – Cannot log on as new user” error. Why https://indiaviagra.net/kamagra-india/? Because you “switched” user accounts rather than “logging off”, and you let virus programs, web browsers and games run. Whether you get this error or not usually depends on how much resources your system has available and how well your operating system manages it’s memory. These errors are usually found on lower end computers with small amounts of memory. This error was pretty common on Windows Vista.
Make sure there are no programs starting up with each account. Make sure both accounts are free of viruses and unnecessary browser extensions. Log off the second user account, log into the Administrators account, restart the computer. The error should be gone. This worked for me.
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