Monthly Archives: July 2016

Scam Tech Support

While a customer was browsing clickbait sites they got a fake virus warning message from: which asks victims to call 0808 189 1317 (aka. 0-808-189-1317 / +448081891317 / 08081891317) Message from webpage ******************************** ARDN/YahLover.worm!OSSBCCAC9FEC Infection ******************************** Call Technical Support Immediately at 0-808-189-1317 … Continue reading


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Allowing access to Private items on an on-prem Exchange server to a delegate.

I’ve recently had problems trying to copy out folders from a mailbox that had been shared to me. I got the following error message: Most of the solutions I found on the internet required the user who shared the folder … Continue reading

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How to do it wrong: Cyber Security Challenge UK

During a recent trip to the very interesting National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park I saw non-descriptive sponsorship or advertising for “Cyber Security Challenge UK“. All it said was something vague like “Want to work in cyber security?” and … Continue reading

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