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Chromium Profile Will Be Deleted During Upgrade

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

Users report losing their Chromium profile settings and sync access during recent Chromium upgrade. This is not a bug!!

Windows 10 KB5000802 Crashes PC with Stop Code APC_INDEX_MISMATCH

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

Microsoft recently released an March 2021 update named KB5000802 (or KB50000808) which causes some Windows 10 computers to crash to a Blue Screen of Death with stop code: APC_INDEX_MISMATCH. Some Diversified customers have reported that any attempt to print, even a Windows test print from the printer driver, will cause their Windows 10 PC to crash.

Microsoft Updates Breaking Some Windows 10 Computers

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

Some users report that Windows Updates KB4579311 and KB4577671, released by Microsoft on October 13, 2020, are breaking their Windows 10 computers.

Adobe Schedules End of Support For Adobe Flash Player

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

Adobe has scheduled the end of their Adobe Flash Player support for December 31, 2020. Diversified recommends uninstalling Adobe Flash Player from your computer. There is no need to install an alternate software program.

Beware Fake LogMeIn Emails Offering Free Subscriptions

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

Do not click within an email purporting to offering a free 6-month subscription extension to Logmein. This email is a phishing attack that attempts to steal your Logmein username and password.

Hewlett Packard Recalls Even More Laptop Batteries

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

HP expands upon previous laptop battery recall to include even more batteries. The recall came about after some HP laptop batteries were found to be fire and burn risks.

Cr1ptT0r Ransomware Attacks D-Link NAS (Network-Attached Storage) Devices

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

Members of the BleepingComputer forums began reporting on February 19, 2019 that their D-Link DNS-320 network-attached storage devices were being attacked by the Cr1pT0r Ransomware virus. The attack encrypts the files stored on the NAS device and then demands payment to decrypt the files.

Dept of Homeland Security Recommends Windows Users Uninstall Quicktime

Tim Summers
Technology Alert

The Department of Homeland Security recommends Windows users uninstall Apple Quicktime software from their Windows computers.

 

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