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10 Free Software You Probably Didn’t Know Existed! 2022

In this video, take a look at the 10 lesser-known free programs that just might be useful for you. Some of which were recommended by viewers in the comments in prior videos. All are available for Windows, with some available for macOS and Linux as well.

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Windows

Windows Ventura – New drop schedule, Cronos device, Netflix ads

Every now and then I check out Windows Weekly to get a feel for happenings in the Windows world. Turns out a lot is going on. I have to admit that I hate being right about the fate of the Surface Duo. And, no, I am not moving to Windows 11 anytime soon.

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Microsoft Security

Hackers Have a New Strategy – How to Defend Against It

The threat landscape is ever changing. Now that MS Office files disable macros by default on files from the internet, malware creators have already begun to adapt. But knowing their plan makes it easy to prevent.

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Windows

FREE Tool to Automate Your Repetitive and Boring Tasks | AutoHotkey

I’m sure you’re familiar with keyboard shortcuts. But how about creating shortcuts that work in any Windows application. AutoHotkey (AHK) is the answer to your customization needs. With AutoHotkey you can create your own shortcuts that apply to all your applications on your computer. If you’ve never used AutoHotkey, don’t worry. In this tutorial I […]

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Microsoft Security

Is This The Worst Microsoft Office Virus I’ve Ever Seen?!

Its one thing For MS Office to have a vulnerability, its another for that vulnerability to lead to RCE, but a NO CLICK RCE vulnerability codenamed Follina in Microsoft Word that doesn’t even require macros?

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Privacy Windows

Does Windows have Back Doors?

Retired Microsoft engineer Davepl discusses “back doors” in Windows, the implications, and how the software developer protects against such attacks from rogues, hackers, and nation-states. Understand how back doors are like the Follina zero-day exploit in Office, giving complete control of the system to the attacker.

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Microsoft Security

Microsoft Security: Breaking the Rules – Stories from Employees

Retired MSFT developer Dave details the age old battle between corporate security policies and recalcitrant users at Microsoft and IBM.

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Security

A Brief History of Computer Viruses

For nearly 50 years, computers have been getting infected with worms and viruses, programs designed to spread from machine to machine. In this video, we take a look at how these digital diseases got their start, alongside more unique examples of self-replicating software.

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