Ransomware Removal and Payment

Ransomware such as Cryptowall or Cryptolocker will encrypt your files, and the files on mapped network drives, then demand that you pay a ransom to obtain the key necessary to decrypt your files. The ransom usually starts at $500 and may be as high as $1000… some increase after x number of days as well. […]

Simple Solutions


Repairing My Laptop Memory with Rubber Pads I usually turn on my laptop when I get up, so that by the time I get around to sitting down in front of it, it’s booted up and happy. This morning was no different. I even replied to an email or two while dealing with kids, breakfast, […]

Google WebMaster Tools


Today’s post is brought to you by the big letter “G”! Want to know more about how Google sees your site(s)? Sure you do. Who wouldn’t? This stuff is as exciting as watching girls in bikinis during spring break. Well, maybe not, but you’ll stay out of trouble and no one will call you Client […]

Mozilla Thunderbird Email Client – Part 2: Corrupted Inbox


In a post I made back in July 2007, I switched from Outlook to Thunderbird for my email client. I’m still 100% happy with that decision. However, over the past few days I’ve experienced a lot of problems with Thunderbird. Yesterday it was so bad that it basically just trashed the hard drive all day […]

Thunderbird – Mozilla’s Email Client


I’ve decided that I’ve had enough of Microsoft Outlook and I’ve installed Mozilla Thunderbird as my email client. So far so good. www.mozilla.com/en-US/thunderbird. I haven’t used it long enough to make a list of what I like better than Outlook and what I don’t. However it immediately impresses me. I have a lot of email […]

Internet Business Research and Development


I know that I promised to continue the series on Clickbank links for selling multiple products from a single Clickbank account… but… I’ve been really busy working on a few new products and will get back to regular posting ASAP…. here’s a shot of one of my most promising developers as he thumbs through Popular […]

Don’t Mix Cutting Edge Technology with Romance!


Erik J. Heels is a high-tech lawyer whose blog I read from time to time and find very helpful. He’s listed in my Blogroll located in the left column along with a few other blogs that I read often. Erik recently posted about trying to watch a movie with his wife on Verizon FiOS TV’s […]