Monday, July 27, 2015

An Image can Hack Your Computer

Yes, you heard it right! A normal looking image can hack your computer.

An image can be used by a hacker to embed a malicious code in it. When a user opens the image, it will infect the computer by malware without the knowledge of the user.

What potential harm it can do to you: 

  • data loss
  • revelation of username and password
  • credit card data
  • virus or malware infection
  • corruption of important files
  • corrupt your operating system

How to protect your computer from infection?

  • Do not open any images received from an unknown source
  • Do not click on any links or images received in an email from unknown source
  • Always keep your Windows operating system and Browsers up-to-date
  • Use a good anti-virus and internet security software
  • Do not download images from unknown or not so popular websites.

So next time think twice before opening an image from an unknown source.

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Wishing you a secured computing!

Sanjay Ruparel

Sunday, March 18, 2012

No Email No Business - Why You Need an In-House Mail Server?

Email Works best if used properly
Today email has become an important part of every business. No business can afford to stay away of using emails. Email is the fastest and cost effective way of communication. All the employees communicate with the customers/suppliers/business partners using the company email addresses.

Threats associated with improper email usage:

With the increasing dependency on email it has become a prime security concern. There are various threats when email is used widely in an organization in their day to day activities:

Monday, February 13, 2012

Importance of Backup

Importance of backup systems for small and medium size businesses (SMBs) is in no way less, as compared to big companies. SMBs also depend heavily on the computers for the data management. There are several examples of SMBs that lost all their valuable data because of computer failure and never returned to the scene again.

Every business generates critical data while conducting day to day activities.

This data can be in the form of:
  • Business Application Data e.g. Accounting Software, Inventory, Tally, ERP, CRM etc.
  • Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations e.g. Quotation, Communication with Clients, etc.
  • Emails, Communications, Contacts, Notes, To-Do List, Appointments etc.
  • Pictures of products, Digital Catalogues

Sunday, February 12, 2012

What is Phishing?

Phishing is an attempt to steal your personal information. It uses email to steal your personal data like bank account password, credit card information etc.

Phishing emails generally looks like they are sent by well-known organizations and it will ask for your personal information. These emails will always tell you to click a link that takes you to a website where your personal information is requested.

When you enter your login details or credit card information on this website it will immediately reach to the internet criminal or hacker who has sent you the email. Now these criminals or hackers can use your personal details to steal money from your bank account or can use your identity to open new accounts in your name.

How to protect yourself from phishing?

Saturday, June 25, 2011

11 Ways to Increase Laptop Battery Life

I would like to share with you few tips which will help in improving your laptops battery life time. Normally laptops battery should last for 2 to 3 hours before you need to recharge it. Usualy this duration decreases as the battery gets older. There are few simple ways which can help in improving the battery life time and stand by time.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Welcome to RCPL's Blog!

Dear Blog Reader,

We are glad to see you on RCPL's blog.

Since 1993, we are providing computer related services and solutions to our valued customers. Its been a long journey where we have solved thousands of simple as well as complex issues.

The purpose to start this blog is to create one medium to share our experience, to communicate about new technology arrivals, to publish informative articles which will help you in better utilizing your IT infrastructure, to introduce new services and products, to share RCPL's events and achivements.

RCPL's whole team heartily thanks all our clients, friends, well wishers and family members for their support and trust. Without them we would not have existed.

Happy Computing!