GEEK SQUEAKS OF THE WEEK – Featuring CrowdInspect (Detect Untrusted Or Malicious Network-Active Processes)

[FEATURED GEEK SQUEAK]  CrowdInspect – Today’s lineup of Geek Squeaks’ starts out with a FREE (community based) portable tool called CrowdInspect. What this tool does is help alert you to the presence of potential malware processes that may exist on your computer.

CrowdInspect

CrowdInspect is a host based inspection tool that will help you identify these malicious processes by using multiple outside (and reputable) sources of information including VirusTotal, Web of Trust (WOT), and Team Cymru’s Malware Hash Registry CrowdInspect can be used during Incident Response process to rapidly identify potential malicious running processes on a machine… @CrowdInspect

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MORE GEEK SQUEAKS

[SECURITY] WinPatrol adds Safe Update, Restore Deleted Files features – BillP Studios has updated its snapshot-based security tool for Windows with the release ofWinPatrol 30.5.2014. The new incremental release comes with two major new features, plus an upgrade discount for XP users as End of Life approaches. The first new feature allows WinPatrol users to restore files previously deleted by the program. The second new feature is restricted to users of the paid-for Plus version, and comes in the shape of a new “Check for Safe Updates” button… @betanews

[HOW TO] How To Hook A Wireless Mouse to Your Android Device – If your one of those folks that miss using a physical device with your computer powered devices, and you happened to purchase an Android powered device, then your in luck. With the latest operating system, the Jellybean operating system, and newer, you can have the ability to use a wireless mouse with your Android powered device, and even a physical keyboard… @The Tech Tip Channel

[NEWS] I quit! 10 things that drove me out of IT – For what seemed like an eternity, I served as a support tech for a managed service provider (MSP). Starting the job, I had no idea what I was getting into. As the saying goes, “If I knew then what I know now….” Would I have stepped foot into the world of remote support? It’s hard to say. What is not so hard to say is why I eventually gave up being a support technician. In fact, I can give you 10 reasons why… @TechRepublic

[WIFI SECURITY] SoftPerfect WiFi Guard – A simple tool which makes it easy to detect intruders on your local network. No install – Portable App… @SoftPerfect

[TABLET COMPUTER] Lenovo Yoga Multimode 10-inch Tablet With Epic 18-Hour Battery Life

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Yoga Tablet 10’s pioneering design incorporates a battery cylinder and kickstand on the side of the device, shifting the center of gravity and opening up multiple usage modes: Hold, Tilt, and Stand. In hold mode, the weight of the device falls into your palm rather than your fingers, making it more comfortable for reading and browsing. Lay it down for Tilt mode and you have a perfect viewing angle for typing or gaming. Flick the kickstand and rest it upright in Stand mode to comfortably watch videos, listen to music, or video-chat… @Amazon

[ANDROID] – NewsHog: Google News & Weather – NewsHog is the most comprehensive, feature rich, free news aggregator on Google Play. NewsHog gives you the most news on any topic or location of your choice,aggregated via Google News! NewsHog has many advanced features such as summarization, reader mode, text to speech, offline reading and translation that take the Google News experience to the next level. NewsHog is a worthy replacement for Google Currents or the News and Weather app… @Google Play

[NEWS] Experts: ‘Very Unlikely’ Missing Malaysian Jet Was Hacked – Several versions of the hack theory have bubbled up, however. For example, one theory suggests that a person placed malicious software into the plane’s systems to force it to change direction mid-flight. It would be “astronomically difficult” for someone to get that kind of access.. @NBC News

[WALLPAPER] The First Day of Spring… @WallpaperStop

The First Day of Spring

 


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