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Is This Pop-Up Window Offering Me A Rogue Anti-Malware Software?

Is This Pop-Up Window Offering Me A Rogue Anti-Malware Software?

Rogue anti-MalWare products are among the fastest growing types of MalWare and they all seem to have legitimate-sounding names like “CoreGuard Antivirus”, “MalWare Catcher” and “Fast Antivirus” – most of the time they even look like the real thing:
A victim of this MalWare may purchase the software after seeing alarming windows pop up on their PC screen with a message like: “YOUR COMPUTER IS INFECTED!” The pop-up windows guide him through the steps necessary to purchase the anti-MalWare product (which could cost anywhere between $20-70), then …

TV Furniture Summer Blowout Sale!

It is summer, and we have a little too much Audio / Video furniture in stock and on display so we are having a REALLY BIG sale to get inventory down a bit.
Everything in stock and on display from BDI is marked down, some of it a whole lot.
Want an example?  How about a BDI 8158 Cherry demo that was originally $1655.00…we have one available for $399.95! Here is another one if you do not want to buy a demo…a new BDI 8537b that originally listed for $2125.00…we have 1 available new in the box …

Introducing the 70″ Sharp Aquos Quattron

Ask the Advisors would like to announce today that we have on display and available for immediate purchase the largest LED LCD TV on the market – the 70-inch  AQUOS Quattron (4 Color) LC-70LE732U,  this is the first model in what will be a four-model series the company will field in 2011 in the 70-inch class.
“In the last 12 months, total TV volume purchases were down 10 percent, but the growth is in the 60-inch-plus category – up about 400 percent,” said John Herrington , president of Sharp Electronics Marketing Co. of America (SEMCA). He …

Secure Your Wireless Networks…

Convenience with a Caution
Wireless networks have the potential to make networking much more efficient and cost effective. It is much easier to set a user up with a wireless network connection than to run Ethernet cabling from the nearest switch, through the walls and install a network jack at their desk. Wireless networks also help resolve the fairly ever-present problem of having too few network connections in your rooms.
The convenience of wireless networks comes with a price though. Wired network access can be controlled because the data is contained within the cabling that connects the …

Integrated Amps And You…Or Why A Receiver May Not Be The Right Choice For Your Audio System

The integrated amp has been a staple of audio buyers in Europe and Asia for many years, while here in the US we tend to ignore them.  So I ask why that is?
An integrated amp is just what it sounds like; an amplifier and pre-amplifier in 1 box…without a tuner.  No tuner you ask, no…and when was the last time you sat down at home to listen to the radio?
I have attached a link to a recent article in the AV Guide about integrated amps.  If you look through it you will see a large …

New Web Site HDLiving.com Turns Up the Volume on Home Technology

Follow HD Living:
There are thousands of technology sites on the Web that cater to tech geeks, music lovers, and movie fanatics. But something has long been missing—a site that goes above and beyond mainstream home technology to showcase how high-end audio, video, and control technologies can make everyone’s life a little simpler and a lot more enjoyable. Today, that gap has been filled with the launch of HDLiving.com, the first magazine that transforms high-definition from a term with a purely technical bent to one that defines an exclusive, luxury lifestyle.
As consumers are …

Solutions for Adding More to Your Stock/OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Stereo; Several Solutions Now on the Market…That Work Too!

Over the past several years, the concept of adding popular options to your factory stereo system was limited to either having the dealer install it for you (at a premium price) or replacing the stereo with a unit that gave you these options, such as Satellite Radio, HD Radio, iPod control or Bluetooth.
Although there are many vehicles out there that may not be able to take advantages of the latest round of technological advances, there are now some great solutions.
Many vehicles now come “ready” for Satellite Radio (XM or Sirius), Auxiliary inputs and Bluetooth- and …

Are we running out of IP addresses?

The simple answer is yes, we are running out of IP addresses, or at least the addresses we are used to seeing today.

The current formula for web addresses, known as “IPv4”, creates addresses using various combinations of four integers. This means there are only a little more than 4 billion different configurations which just isn’t enough to keep up with today’s increasing demand.

Many experts agree that we are running out of IP addresses but no one is sure how long we have until it becomes a serious problem. Some have said it could happen as soon as the end of this year. Is there anything that …

Spotlight- Kenwood’s KDCX-994 In-Dash CD Player

When shopping for a Car CD player, there’s no shortage of brands and models out there to choose from- everything from the $99 el-cheapo to the over-the-top model that does pretty much everything.
Question is, what do you want from your car radio? It’s a crucial question to ask- especially if you plan on adding features later.
The craze these days includes iPod Integration, Satellite Radio, Bluetooth Integration and even HD Radio– all great features that everyone wants one or all of on their car stereo system.
One such radio on the market is the KDC-X994 from Kenwood. …

How to Recognize an Email Scam or Phishing Attempt

Email scams, or phishing, aren’t going anywhere any time soon. As much as we’d like to think that people we know aren’t taken in by messages like above, chances are you know of someone who has fallen for a scam. It’s easy enough to recognize a scam email message if you know what to look for, so let’s take some time to break down an email I recently received (below).

The Email Header:

First, take a look at the sender. There are a few red flags here:

The sender’s name is “Facebook”
The sender’s email address is not “@facebook.com” …

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