Very frustrating to see fund raisers scammed out of the money they raise. If you are asked to deposit funds to receive donations ask why they cant use something like a Western Union money transfer, bit coin or paypal transfer to send the money for the deposit.... ... See more
**CLAUDE THE MOWER MAN SCAMMED** "It's just devastating that somebody can do something like this to me", says Claude 'The Mowerman' Harvey who has raised more than a million dollars for Bravehearts. Someone purporting to be a donor has scammed him out of $650. Claude has been fundraising for a van and this person messaged Claude on Facebook to offer $40,000 but there was a catch. Claude had to pay $650 first into an account. He says $650 might not be much money to others but it's a lot for him. He's reported it to the police. ... See more
If you are confused by "Digital" currencies, like Bit Coin, you will be doubly confused that $41 Million can be stolen without a Gun, Knife, or robbery note. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-08/hackers-steal-41-million-binance-cryptocurrency-theft/11093424 ... See more
Hackers steal bitcoin worth $US41 million ($58 million) from Binance, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges.
Happy Password Day. Changed your passwords for important sites in the last year - NO? Do it soon, data breaches can expose your old passwords to hackers. Have trouble remembering passwords - consider a password manager like Lastpass https://nationaldaycalendar.com/world-password-day-first-thursday-in-may/ ... See more
WORLD PASSWORD DAY The Registrar of National Day Calendar has designated the first Thursday of May of each year as World Password Day. World Password Day is a celebration to promote better passwor…
One of the reasons Bitcoin has become a trade-able digital "thing" - ie: you can't hold in your hand, is that it has a public transaction record - which means the Tax Office can track your transactions.. Maybe https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-04-30/ato-ramps-up-data-matching-in-cryptocurrency-crackdown/11059446 ... See more
Australians trading in cryptocurrency may soon get a call from the ATO.
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Seems some GPS units did break on the clock rollover https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-04-10/weather-balloons-grounded-in-gps-clock-rollover-glitch/10984806
A GPS clock rollover that experts predicted would have little impact grounds the Bureau of Meteorology's weather balloons.
For those saving daylight - your clocks go back on Sunday AND the GPS clocks go to zero... So if you don't know what time it is and where your are - blame the clocks.... https://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2019-04-05/gps-rollover-global-positioning-system-receivers-satellites/10966218 ... See more
The end of the current "GPS epoch" is nigh, and this means your trusty old navigation buddy might jump back in time. So why does this happen?
Big Math can be boring, one type keeps your secure purchases - secure, but another hasn't been cracked for 50 years.... https://www.news.com.au/national/breaking-news/aussie-math-whiz-answers-50yo-question/news-story/f300557850f6a069ac650738452e68c4 ... See more
The first person to solve a multiplication question posed nearly 50 years ago is still terrified someone will prove him wrong.
Love Windows 7 - we do/did but unfortunately Microsoft will soon stop updates and gradually remove critical security patches. If you have a Pro or Premium version of windows 7 you can still get a free upgrade to windows 10 want more info or help? PM, EM, or call ... See more