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(Tom's Hardware)   Windows 8 to become the top target for hackers in 2013 says security firm Websense. They'll catch all 3 Windows 8 users unawares says people with common sense   (tomshardware.com) divider line 7
    More: Obvious, Websense, targeted attacks, Windows, habitat fragmentation, freeware, open source software  
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2012-11-27 03:12:41 PM
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I'm already using Windows 12 so I'm getting a kick.
2012-11-27 11:53:12 AM
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I was born a Microsoft BOB user, and I'll die a Microsoft BOB user.
2012-11-27 11:38:57 AM
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bossjock77: I use Windows Mojave myself. It's FANTASTIC!


How do you feel about Windows Vista?
2012-11-27 11:33:03 AM
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I use Windows Mojave myself. It's FANTASTIC!
2012-11-27 09:14:12 AM
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Celerian: The most confusing part thus far has been closing applications opened in Metro mode and remembering that I need to check what is up on my left sidebar and if I need to close it. I'm too used to seeing all my programs at the bottom so I know at a glance what I have open.


Yes, I couldn't figure out how to close programs in metro mode, either. I told my mom to figure it out, it was her computer! I also told her I would find out if she couldn't do it.

Meanwhile, my father is on the other side of the table, smirking from over the screen of his Apple laptop.
2012-11-27 08:55:32 AM
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Bob Down: cybercriminals will use bypass methods to avoid traditional sandbox detection

I've seen that in movies. When a window pops up asking for a password, you just type "bypass" or "override" to get around it.


I love when government sites have a "Crack" button that allows me access to sensitive data I need to shut down the security of a Federal Reserve Bank.
2012-11-27 08:52:24 AM
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cybercriminals will use bypass methods to avoid traditional sandbox detection

I've seen that in movies. When a window pops up asking for a password, you just type "bypass" or "override" to get around it.
 
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