Today’s TVs are more advanced than ever. Most modern television sets come with some type of networking built in, whether it be wired or wireless. This opens up some new possibilities with entertainment. Movie rental is out, streaming services such as Netflix are in. What about your DVD collection? You can rip your movies to your computer and stream to your TV.
In this day and age, more than 60% of homes have Wi-Fi. If you’re one of those people who don’t have Wi-Fi in the home, this article is for you. Setting up your new wireless router is easier than you think. As long as you have a PC and a high speed internet connection, you’ll be enjoying your Wi-Fi in no time at all.
DNSChanger is a rootkit that has infected millions of PCs across the country. On Monday, the Internet Systems Consortium will permanently shut down all DNS servers that have been deployed as temporary surrogates for rogue DNS servers that were shut down as part of the FBI’s Operation Ghost Click, which brought down an Estonian hacker ring last year. If your PC is one of the many infected computers that carry DNSChanger, you might be unknowingly be relying on one of the temporary DNS servers to access the Internet. If you don’t eliminate DNSChanger from your PC before the plug gets pulled on these servers, you will lose Internet access.
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