Your average shmuck doesn't seem to know squat about computers, internet, security, or any the in-and-out basics of any piece of technology since about 1999 or earlier. I found myself occasionally sending "heads up" or FYI emails to people such as my parent's, brothers, roommates, friends, and co-workers letting them know about security loop holes, risks, and known recent problems going around and about. I have decided to keep all of this information that I've been spewing into their inbox here and help further pollute the internet with more useless crap most people wont, but probably should occasionally take a moment and read.
Since the day the personal computer became as common if not more common than televisions, information technology has become a highly needed trade, just like mechanics, plumbers, or what have you. Just like you should know how to change a tire, check fluids, check out your car for tune ups, you should keep your computer in tip top shape. The difference here is if your car breaks down, you could end up having to pay hundreds to thousands of dollars in repairs. If your computer has security loopholes, your finances and reputation could be ruined for the rest of your life. Protip: Don't end up like this shmuck:
Throughout this blog I will not dedicate myself to proper grammer and spellcheck, but instead making what may seem like complicated computer and internet terms as clear to understand as possible. Besides, logic isn't always grammatically correct.