Interesting Internet Finds – WE January 31, 2014

I publish Interesting Internet Finds monthly in the Boca Raton Computer Society’s Boca Bits monthly newsletter, and share them through APCUG‘s PUSH program  with other computer/technology user group newsletter editors.

Each month, I find many more things than I can use, so have decided to start publishing some of those that were not used for the newsletter on this blog most Fridays.

I do not go into much depth about each one, I just put them out there for you to check out yourself.

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Titles, Links, Short Description

Keyloggers Explained: What You Need to Know
HTG explains keyloggers, both software and hardware, as well as some precautions to take.

A Four-Step Guide to Taking Your Home Internet Wireless
If you are thinking of going wireless for the first time, this post has some good information for you to consider.

Spot a phishing e-mail in 2014
Rick Broida tells how he almost became a phishing victim, and gives tips on recognizing similar attempts. I know most of you are aware of these things, but sometimes it is good to be reminded.

Picasa 3 for Android and iPad? No Such Thing
Chris Guld explains why there is no such thing as Picasa 3 for Android, nor iPad, at this time. Also she explains that even though you may see Picasa apps for both, they are not from Google, and will not work as expected from Picasa.

How to Secure Your Yahoo Mail Account Properly
If you have a Yahoo Mail account, you should be aware that Yahoo announced an attack on January 30, 2014. Regardless of whether your account has been compromised, I recommend you change your password and update your account security. GHacks tells you how to secure your account properly.


I have not necessarily checked each link or process out, but if listed I have used the site enough to trust them.

That said, please let me know if something doesn’t work correctly, or the listed site has incorrect information.

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