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Linked – Anti-virus products, security devices affected by 7-Zip flaws

Users are urged to update all vulnerable version of 7-Zip to the latest revision, version 16.00, as soon as possible. I know this is a tool used by many in the eDiscovery and technology areas. Head out and get the latest version folks! https://www.grahamcluley.com/2016/05/anti-virus-products-security-devices-affected-7-zip-flaws/

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Linked – Champion public speaker says introverts can make better speakers

“”When you look at introverts, they tend to be a bit more empathetic,” he told Business Insider. “When you look at extroverts, they tend to project. But some extroverts project too much, and they block out the audience. It becomes all about them. Introverts are able to structure content in a way that draws energy…

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Linked – Face recognition app taking Russia by storm may bring end to public anonymity

“If the founders of a new face recognition app get their way, anonymity in public could soon be a thing of the past. FindFace, launched two months ago and currently taking Russia by storm, allows users to photograph people in a crowd and work out their identities, with 70% reliability.” This is coming, I have…

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Linked – The worst mistake people make when networking

“The problem is that if you are thinking about how someone can help you, you’re not being real with that person. You can’t connect by trading favors. And if you are meeting someone to get help from them then you are not going to be able to form a real relationship with them. Networking is…

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Linked – Reported Twitter change will let you get more out of 140 characters

“Bloomberg’s report credits “a person familiar with the matter” in claiming that Twitter posts will soon begin serving links and images that do not eat into a post’s 140-character limit. The report’s source indicated that the change could happen “in the next two weeks” but was unable to offer any firmer timeline. Currently, Twitter automatically…

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Linked – Why clicking on pop-up tech support ad could cost you

One of the best things to protect yourself, Jutras says, is to take your computer offline and then contact the actual provider. Also, do not click on links or documents you don’t recognize. “A legitimate company won’t call you and ask for money,” says Jutras. This is really becoming a thing, so let’s talk about…