Move Rogers emails to gmail or another email account using a rule in Outlook

Move Rogers emails to gmail or another email account using a rule in Outlook

As Rogers quietly disabled the forwarding feature for @rogers.com, there’s no way to forward emails from the server-end. A workaround solution is moving the emails to gmail or another email account with an Outlook rule. Add a Rogers email account in Outlook Select an email message that was sent to @rogers.com Right Click on that…

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Enable automatic email forwarding in Rogers Yahoo Mail is no longer available!

Enable automatic email forwarding in Rogers Yahoo Mail is no longer available!

Many of you who are using Rogers email @rogers.com might notice the forwarding feature is no longer available starting January 1, 2021. You cannot upgrade to Rogers Yahoo Mail Pro or subscribe to Access + Forwarding. We have contacted Rogers and they confirmed that this simple feature is unavailable. This method used to work. Click…

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What you need to know about Darkside Ransomware

What you need to know about Darkside Ransomware

You may have heard some news on something calling “Darkside” Ransomware because of its impact on US fuel prices. I am sharing this briefing in case you receive questions. What is Darkside and why should you care? DarkSide is a new group that started to offer “Ransomware-as-as-Services” at the beginning of August 2020. They have…

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Google Assistant Can Now Better Understand and Pronounce Weird Names

Google Assistant Can Now Better Understand and Pronounce Weird Names

Google Assistant update will help it better recognize speech and pronounce names. Google’s update for its virtual assistant will help it recognize and pronounce unique names along with helping it understand the context of the conversation shared by users. The search giant will apply its Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) system to improve the…

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Apple shares how its M1 Mac chips bring a lot of iPhone security tech to its computers

Apple shares how its M1 Mac chips bring a lot of iPhone security tech to its computers

Apple says it’s been building privacy protections into the iPhone for years, but it couldn’t bring all of them to the Mac until the M1. For years, Apple has touted the security built into its iPhones and iPads. More than a decade ago, it added ways to encrypt information on the iPhone. In 2010, it…

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Why You Should Stop Using This Risky Feature in WhatsApp Setting On Your iPhone

Why You Should Stop Using This Risky Feature in WhatsApp Setting On Your iPhone

WhatsApp is the world’s leading messenger – with two billion users sending 100 billion messages each day, no other platform comes close. When you come to move your WhatsApp account from your old device to your new one, you’ll be directed to use WhatsApp’s iCloud backup option to transfer your message history, media and settings.…

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Malware is hitting Toronto in 2020

Malware is hitting Toronto in 2020

Malware has become very advanced in recent years which makes it a challenge to keep your data safe. Without Cybersecurity protection, you can quickly fall victim to an attack. In this article, we will explore what you need to know about 2020 malware in Toronto or anywhere. 2020 is turning out to be an active…

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Website of Excellence Award

Website of Excellence Award

It’s an honour that Computer Squad has won Brand Award’s Website of Excellence award in the category of Computer Repairs in the city of Toronto. Website of Excellence awards are free of charge and are given to businesses whose websites display a distinguishably high level of attractiveness, marketability, and engagement for visitors. Website of Excellence…

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Twitter Phone Spear Phishing Attack

Twitter Phone Spear Phishing Attack

Overview On July 15th, 2020, Twitter experienced a security incident where a malicious actor gained access to the back-end account management console through a phone spear phishing campaign. The incident affected the accounts of 130 highly influential individuals, including Barack Obama, Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Kanye West. The attacker then tweeted a link to…

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