Steve Mac Media Limited

Steve Mac Media Limited We offer a range of PC and MAC Computer services to customers throughout, Surrey, Kent, Sussex and the South East. We specialise in company networks.
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We offer website design, building and development along with website hosting services; Computer Forensics and Ethical Hacking; and technical advice, to assist you in making the correct choice when you are considering upgrading your equipment or if you are looking to purchase your first computer. We support the following: ▪ All versions of Microsoft Windows ▪ All versions of Microsoft Servers ▪ Apple Macs including the iPad ▪ Smartphones ▪ CAT5 and CAT6 Network cable installation We offer these services either by charging a fixed monthly fee or paying as you go when you require our services.

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As Ars says, this breach is not that serious. Because their security policies they have in place are pretty awesomely se...
16/06/2015
Hack of cloud-based LastPass exposes encrypted master passwords

As Ars says, this breach is not that serious. Because their security policies they have in place are pretty awesomely secure, this is only really concerning if you have used a ridiculously weak password, or one that you've used elsewhere and may have already been compromised. In both cases, why are you using it as your master password!? Personally, I'm not going to change my master password either.

Users: Change your master password and enable 2-factor authentication immediately.

If you were undecided about updating your website to a mobile friendly/responsive website, now is the time to do so as G...
21/04/2015
Google Algorithm Update - Mobile Friendly Websites Given Preference In Search

If you were undecided about updating your website to a mobile friendly/responsive website, now is the time to do so as Google has changed it's Algorithm from today to favour mobile websites when searching from the ever increasing mobile devices.

From the 21st April 2015 Google will be launching its latest algorithm update that will make it easier for users to find websites (on mobile devices) that...

'Cyber bank robbers steal $1bn'
16/02/2015
'Cyber bank robbers steal $1bn'

'Cyber bank robbers steal $1bn'

Up to 100 banks and financial institutions worldwide have been attacked in an "unprecedented cyber robbery", claims a new report.

Microsoft patches 'China spy bug'
11/02/2015
Microsoft patches 'China spy bug'

Microsoft patches 'China spy bug'

Microsoft has released a patch to close a bug believed to exploited by hackers who targeted US military and government networks.

Emergency patch fixes Flash flaw
23/01/2015
Emergency patch fixes Flash flaw

Emergency patch fixes Flash flaw

Adobe has released an emergency patch for a flaw in its Flash software that was being widely exploited by thieves.

FBI warns of destructive malware
02/12/2014
FBI warns of destructive malware

FBI warns of destructive malware

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warns US businesses that cyber hackers have used malicious software to launch destructive attacks.

Sony Pictures computer system hacked
25/11/2014
Sony Pictures computer system hacked

Sony Pictures computer system hacked

Sony Pictures Entertainment has been targeted by computer hackers in an attack which reports say has forced the company to shut down its corporate network.

'Sophisticated' Regin spyware found
24/11/2014
'Sophisticated' Regin spyware found

'Sophisticated' Regin spyware found

An "extremely complex" and "stealthy" spying program has been stealing data from ISPs, energy companies, airlines and research-and-development labs, a security company says.

Computer hijacking arrests in UK
22/11/2014
Computer hijacking arrests in UK

Computer hijacking arrests in UK

Four people the UK have been arrested for allegedly being involved in hijacking computers, including spying through victims' webcams.

How to Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi Networks
15/11/2014
How to Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi Networks

How to Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi Networks

Public Wi-Fi networks--like those in coffee shops or hotels--are not nearly as safe as you think. Even if they have a password, you're sharing a network with tons of other people, which means your data is at risk. Here's how to stay safe when you're out and about.

Yup, the path of least resistance was the mobile phone company.
03/11/2014
How Hackers Reportedly Side-Stepped Google's Two-Factor Authentication

Yup, the path of least resistance was the mobile phone company.

Two-factor authentication is generally seen as the safest bet for protecting your Gmail account. But a harrowing tale from indie developer Grant Blakeman, whose Instagram was hacked through Gmail, reveals how not even two-factor authentication can beat every security threat.

White House computers 'hacked'
29/10/2014
White House computers 'hacked'

White House computers 'hacked'

US security services are reportedly investigating the breach of an unclassified network.

A good article here about how strong your password needs to be to survive online and offline attacks.For a university as...
24/10/2014
Do we really need strong passwords?

A good article here about how strong your password needs to be to survive online and offline attacks.
For a university assignment, where we had to pretend to be criminals and crack as many passwords as we could from a Linux password database given supplied by our lecturer. My computer at home was trying just over half a billion passwords every second. The longer and more random the password, the longer it took us to discover it. The best of them; we ran out of time before they were found.
Until every website that holds any sensitive information secures it's systems properly, use good passwords.

The idea that computer users should use long, complex passwords is one of computer security's sacred cows. But is is really necessary? Mark Stockley investigates...

Staples investigating hack attack
21/10/2014
Staples investigating hack attack

Staples investigating hack attack

Staples becomes latest US retailer to investigate data thefts, leading the US government to call for a swift move to chip-and-pin.

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Castle Court, 41 London Road
Reigate
RH2 9RJ

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Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
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