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Archive for October, 2021

Some AMD Chips Aren’t Performing Well With Windows 11

Do you have a computer powered by an AMD chipset? Are you excited to upgrade to Windows 11? If you answered yes to both of those questions you should know that at ...

Google Forcing Accounts To Use Two Factor Authentication

Google recently announced that they're planning to auto-enroll some 150 million user accounts into two factor authentication (2FA). The company prefers the term two-step verification (2SV). The company had this to say ...

New Firefox Browser Feature Appears To Be Adware

With the release of Firefox 92 back in September Mozilla made a change that may well doom the browser. If you use Firefox you have probably already noticed it. When you start ...

Hackers Can Take Control Of Some Electronic Diabetic Devices

Medical equipment provider Medtronic has issued an urgent recall order for insulin pump controllers belonging to their "MiniMed Paradigm" family. The company cited serious cyber security risks as the reason for the ...

New Dangerous Android Malware Is Infecting Millions

Researchers from Zimperium zLabs have detected a nasty, dangerous, global malware campaign that has managed to infect more than 10 million Android devices from around the world in more than 70 different ...

Sneaky Malware Stealing Sensitive Gamer Information On Gaming Sites

Are you a gamer? Do you have an account on Steam, EA Origin, or the Epic Games Store? If so there's an emerging threat you should be aware of. A new strain ...

Hackers Find Security Vulnerability With Apple Pay

Do you have an iPhone? Do you make use of the Apple Pay service? If so there is a security issue you need to be aware of. Researchers have discovered a means ...

Google Is The Most Popular Search Result On Bing

It's good to be the King and in the world of search Google is the undisputed King. That fact has made the tech giant something of a target however. Google has been ...

With Upcoming Release, You Can Sync Excel And Quickbooks

Are you a QuickBooks user? If so you're going to be thrilled by the company's recent announcement that Excel integration is coming soon. You read that correctly. Soon you will be able ...

DDOS Attackers Are Targeting VoIP Providers

Hackers around the world are flexing their muscles. For reasons that aren't yet clear they have been launching distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks against Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers and ...

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Some AMD Chips Aren’t Performing Well With Windows 11

Some AMD Chips Aren’t Performing Well With Windows 11

Do you have a computer powered by an AMD chipset? Are you excited to upgrade to Windows 11? If you[...]
Google Forcing Accounts To Use Two Factor Authentication

Google Forcing Accounts To Use Two Factor Authentication

Google recently announced that they're planning to auto-enroll some 150 million user accounts into two factor authentication (2FA). The company[...]
New Firefox Browser Feature Appears To Be Adware

New Firefox Browser Feature Appears To Be Adware

With the release of Firefox 92 back in September Mozilla made a change that may well doom the browser. If[...]

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Topeka (HQ)

2008 SW Gage Blvd.
Topeka, KS 66604
(785) 409-6286

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Since 1999, Network Technologies of Kansas has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in Topeka and surrounding areas. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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