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Monday, January 2, 2012

Be A Guest Writer

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People spend so much time communicating on social networks, writing their own opinions and experiences. So, we thought, wouldn't it be nice if our readers could add their own views to topics covered on this website? After some deliberations we decided to open up this blog for our readers and the tech community.

We are interested in articles relating to:
  • Malicious software (spyware, adware, Trojan horses, etc.)
  • "How to..." guides or solutions to common computer problems
  • Security programs you think others would be interested in
  • Social media/online security
  • Any other topics related to PC security (we are open to suggestions)
General guidelines:
  • Unique content that you haven't published elsewhere (English submissions only)
  • Minimum of 800 words (can be less if it's a "How To..." guide)
  • 1 external hyperlink (non affiliate, Google PR is taken into consideration)
  • We review every submission manually. Submitting an article does not guarantee that we publish it.
If you want to submit an article, please contact me through kaur.michael@gmail.com. Include the completed article, a link to your website, or the company you represent, if any. We are looking forward to your submissions. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us at the above email address.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

I caught the FBI MoneyPak ransomeware the evening of Aug 10.
In looking thru my Temp files I found a file labeled 'update00.b.exe.' When I opened it a box came up and said it was not a win\system32\ function or application. What's more the 'Date Modified' time stamp was coincidental with the time my computer became locked up by the ransomeware. I eliminated the file, rebooted in normal mode and eliminated the effects of the ransomeware. I'm using Windows 7.
Thanks for your guidance