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Buying Computer Hardware

Buying computer hardware can be a mind-numbing and mystifying task. Jungle Computer will help you select the best possible hardware and software solution for your business. Cost-effective installation services are available for your entire business, including Servers, PCs, mobile devices, routers, switches, VPNs and peripheral devices. Talk to a Jungle Computer Professional … 570.970.6555 | PHONE info@junglecomputer.com Pennsylvania Contractor…

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Dictionary Attack

Hacked how, my password is mycutepuppy … A dictionary attack is a technique or method used to breach the computer security of a password-protected machine or server. A dictionary attack attempts to defeat an authentication mechanism by systematically entering each word in a dictionary as a password or trying to determine the decryption key of an encrypted message or…

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Cradlepoint NetCloud Engine

Cradlepoint NetCloud: Securely Connecting People, Places and Things with 4G LTE, SD-WAN and Cloud Services … Jungle Computer is a Cradlepoint Reseller … Distributed and mobile enterprises across many industries are embracing cloud, mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to increase business agility, empower distributed workforces, and gain operational insights—driving the need for always-connected people, places, and things….

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So What Is Malware

So what is malware? It comes in a bewildering variety of forms. Computer viruses are probably the most familiar type of malware so named because they spread by making copies of themselves. Worms have a similar property. Other types of malware, such as spyware, are named for what they do: In the case of spyware, it transmits personal information,…

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ATM Security Hoax

ATM Security Hoax: Who needs 911 when you’ve got your trusty PIN number? This scam reports that if you need to call the police at an ATM machine, you can subtly make the call by typing in your PIN number backwards. The website Hoax-Slayer.com reports that the scam “stated that this method of calling the police is very seldom…

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