Archive for May, 2014

Iris 1.0 for OS X

MADE IN AMERICA Rochester, New York – Static Z Software has announced the release and immediate availability of Iris 1.0, its new high performance screen recorder for OS X. Iris allows users to record directly to h.264, Apple ProRes, or to record and encode later. Capture performance is maximized with GPU accelerated processing and encoding on supported MacsContinue reading »

Apple Now Has Education Pricing for iPad

Apple has introduced education pricing for the iPad Air and the Retina iPad Mini.   Continue reading »

Kids Show How Well They Get The Apple II.

In this YouTube video, The Fine Brothers to show a group of young children old computers from the past such as a classic Apple II. The reactions from the kid is simply adorable and hilarious.  Continue reading »

MapNap 1.1 for iOS 7

 London, United Kingdom – PixelEspresso has announced the release and immediate availability of MapNap version 1.1, a major update to its easy-to-use geolocation-based alarm app designed for the iPhone and iOS7. MapNap makes commuting less stressful for sleepy, playing, reading, chatting, or otherwise preoccupied commuters who don’t want to miss their station or stop, especially when it is dark outside.   Continue reading »

Malware Alert : Incoming Fax Report

DO  NOT CLICK    BEWARE :  FAKE EMAIL SPAM : UGNN spam traps have received a series of exploits since last night all titled as “Fax Reports” ….

Cyber criminals attempt to persuade victims into opening a fake incoming fax email in order to trick them to click a malicious link in a DropBox account capable of downloading malware onto the computer system and/or directing the victim to a drive-by-download site, including malicious websites capable of browser exploitation.

A number of the other detection sites have also picked up this latest iteration of the attack :

blog.dynamoo.com/2014/05/more-efax-dropbox-malware-spam.html

botcrawl.com/email-phishing-alert-fake-incoming-fax-report-email/

UGNN Facebook Update: : Friends, video, arsons, shootings, slice of life

UGNN InfoManager news all about social media and Facebook Facebook news and reviews … what did you think? Facebook getting more friendly? Maybe not, but this edition of Facebook InfoManager sees the good, bad and the ugly! Let’s see :
[_] Finally, Facebook changes default privacy setting to “friends only” for new users
[_] Study: Facebook Users Who Share Too Much Information More Lonely, Depressed
[_] Facebook and Apple Shower Prineville With Hopes Of Revitalization
[_] Facebook executive’s comments on media start a wildfire
[_] Facebook video leads to arrest in mobile-home arson
[_] Facebook identifies shooter in California rampage
[_] Facebook Inc. Wants to Know You Better
[_] Facebook rolls out its own dinosaur
. . . and more
CAUTION Careful, we’ve found a pop-up ad splash screens and other stalker links and screen-spam on all of these pages. Seems the news industry has now resorted to heavy screen-spam to make revenue! Be very careful what you click.

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What do Singapore, bitcoins, games and naked Miss Teen have in common?

Safenetting

User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report Malware and hacking episodes are taking some interesting twists as the hacks become more sophisticated and the victims become more glamorous! Follow the InfoManager :
[_] Video: Miss Teen USA “shocked” after hackers recorded her naked
[_] Police want to learn hackers’ tricks in order to nail them
[_] Facebook Starts Offering Free Malware Scanning to Users
[_] Pirated Copies Of Watch Dogs May Contain Bitcoin Malware
[_] Surge in security breaches: report
[_] SEWorks: Hackers In The House
and more . . .

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ICANN finally issues a breach notice against the registrar BizCn

Whatch out for the Democrats! As many of you know, Safenetting and UGN have been participating and volunteers for both Spamcop and Knujon since their beginning. Some of you may also remember our infographic two years ago illustrating the evidence of a major complaint to ICANN — which brought no response or resove from ICANN. Now, thanks to the dilligent work of Knujon’s director Garth Bruen, almost two years of battling has finally gotten through to ICANN and the criminal, rogue registrar “BizCn” has been brought down!

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7 Great Mobile Games To Play In Your Browser

  MakeUseOf has posted this article about mobile games you can play in your browser.  Continue reading »

Popular apps that many have never heard of

The San Francisco Gate published this article by KristenV. Brown about apps.  She says,  “Some of the mobile Web’s most popular apps are probably ones that you’ve never heard of.”

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33 Amazingly Useful Websites You Never Knew Existed

This article on Buzzfeed lists 33 useful websites.  Some I’ve used in the past, others I heard about, but quite a few I haven’t.   Continue reading »

Studio Design 2.0

MADE IN AMERICA Salt Lake City, Utah – Studio 2.0 has been released as a free update on the iTunes App Store. The entire product has been redesigned to make designing, remixing and sharing easier for everyone.   Continue reading »

Pixelmator 3.2 Sandstone Now on the Mac App Store

London, United Kingdom – The Pixelmator Team has announced Pixelmator 3.2 Sandstone, an update to its innovative and powerful image editing app, featuring an all-new Repair Tool, 16-bits per channel support, and Lock Layers feature. Pixelmator 3.2 Sandstone is available as a free update on the Mac App Store.
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App to Connect Film Professionals and Movie Buffs to 45,000 Resource

 App to Connect Film Professionals and Movie Buffs to 45,000 Resource It’s awesome, and beautiful at the same time … combining the passion for film and technology, editing and post production community AOTG Network is releasing a first of its kind digital magazine The Assembly 1.01, available through iOS App store and Google Play store.

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IPEVO Releases the iZiggi-HD Wireless Document Camera for iPad

 IPEVO Releases the iZiggi-HD Wireless Document Camera for iPad Responding to the ever-growing number of iPads in modern classrooms, education technology company IPEVO has released a wireless document camera for iPad, the iZiggi-HD. Building off the success of IPEVO’s iconic line of affordable document cameras for PC and Mac, including the original Ziggi-HD as well as the Point 2 View, iZiggi-HD has the ability to stream live, high-resolution images of documents, pictures, 3D objects, and devices such as smartphones directly to iPad over WiFi.

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