There has been a new update of cPanel that resulted in the removal of the popular SquirrelMail webmail option. cPanel’s blog explains that SquirrelMail’s developers stopped updating the program in 2013, which means that any vulnerabilities or dependency changes would not be adjusted, and therefore the program itself has become a liability. If you were using SquirrelMail on our webmail,
There is an email that may show up in your inbox that you need to know is spam. The email claims to be from Facebook (its “From” address says Facebook ) but it is from a phisher (someone trying to get personal or login information). It looks like this: If you hover over the link, it goes to https://apps.facebook.com/… and
If you have OneDrive, there is a good chance you have wanted to share files with someone, but not ALL your files. It is possible to do this. There are two types of accounts on OneDrive, and the sharing procedure is different depending on which account type you have. If you have a BUSINESS (work or school) account, see the
When you run into a problem with the software on your computer, your first thought may be to call support. This is not a bad idea. If you still have the packaging in which your software came, there is often a support phone number or email address listed. This is an excellent way to contact technical support for your software.
Malwarebytes has discoverd an issue that may cause problems to some of their users. In short, an update caused some users to be unable to access the internet, and others to have their RAM access blocked. To fix this situation, if it affects you: Malwarebytes for Windows Update package version 1.0.3803 (Malwarebytes 3) or v2018.01.27.12 (Malwarebytes 2.x) or higher 1.