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Microsoft has warned that its Internet Explorer browser is at risk of a newly discovered vulnerability.

The company has yet to develop a permanent fix for the security hole but does have a temporary fix that prevents hackers from exploiting a hole to install malicious scripts.

Intuitive IT has recently hired Koray Adal to become the company's Marketing and Public Relations officer and with that, have discovered a glitch in the Facebook universe that we are here to resolve for you today. When Koray was at home, updating his Facebook, he tried to add Intuitive IT to his Facebook employment information. It was then that he realised that Facebook was unable to actually find the correct Intuitive IT business page and instead just linked to an empty page. This issue seems to be affecting a lot of people, but hasn’t been addressed by Facebook. Follow these simple steps or watch the video tutorial below to fix this problem:   1. Open Mozilla Firefox and download the Web Developer add-on. 2. Launch the Firefox browser and go to your Facebook business page. There you will see in the address bar, a row of numbers. This is your business page ID number. 3. Now select your Profile Page > 'Edit Profile' > 'Education and Work'. 4. Type one letter in ...

From late yesterday afternoon to the wee hours of this morning, we were feverishly working away on our computers building the Victorian Restaurants Unite, Queensland flood relief initiative. Our goal was to have the website available for registrations by the time it's brainchild, Alastair Dobbs made an appearance on ABC 774 Melbourne radio this morning. The website is aimed squarely at the hospitality industry of Victoria, asking restaurants to donate a percentage of their takings, and staff to donate some of their time, and suppliers to donate an offer of their choosing on Australia Day 2011 The hope is to raise as much money as possible to help the flood ravaged people of Queensland during the worst natural disaster the state's experienced since 1974. If you would like to help and work in hospitality, click here If you would like to help and don't work in hospitality, click here A special thanks to: Sill Marketing that put together the site design Pixel8 Studios for site skinning and front-e ...

Today we launched a new look for our website. With a cleaner interface, font change to Century Gothic and modified colour scheme, I think the site has increased in readability and professionalism.

Facebook privacy issues are just dominating internet issues at the moment.

Because of the convoluted and confusing way Facebook has designed the privacy settings it is hard to tell what is secure and what isn't.

So the time arrived for me to purchase a new laptop. I’ve been using a MacBook Pro (early 2008 model, the model released just before the first uni-body) I have to return the laptop to one of my clients that was allowing me to use it. Thus the need for a new laptop. I thought I’d do some crowd sourcing and ask the LinkedIn.com experts to see what they thought the best business laptop is. The question I asked was: I'm in the market for a new laptop and looking for some ideas. Looking for a 15" business laptop that can run multiple apps at once with grace. Some apps will be memory and cpu intensive so it needs to cope. Good keyboard & battery a must. I must say I was a bit surprised to see that the experts suggested that I should buy another MacBook Pro. Granted the sample size is very small, but I thought it interesting enough to share with everyone in an anecdotal way. Here are a breakdown of the recommendations (14 responses) So which way have I gone? Well I haven’t ...

Intuitive IT has launched its new Free SEO Report service.

This new feature to our website will help all businesses big and small in Australia in getting on the 1st page of Google for their requested keywords.

I take issue with a company that creates an operating system, and then creates a security product to help keep said operating system safe. The focus should be applied to fixing the operating system, not creating separate software to remedy the situation. I am of course speaking about Microsoft, their Windows operating systems and their Live OneCare suite of security products which you had to pay for! That's right, you pay for an insecure operating system and then you have to pay the same company more money to help you protect it. Microsoft's Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam and Anti-Malware changed its name for the PC version to Microsoft Security Essentials; and thankfully - it's now free. (That's a point for you Microsoft, but it should have been free in the first place.) However, since hearing about the new and free version I must say all the comments have been positive.  From all reports it has been successful in detecting threats and cleaning them.  Quick to remain updated and importantly for this cat ...

Securing yourself and your private information on the internet is fast becoming a very hard thing to do. This is especially the case if you consider yourself a novice or intermediate level user. The following tips should help you in securing your computer and personal information on the internet. 1. Anti-Virus Software Ensure you have anti-virus software installed on your computer. Anti-virus applications are relatively inexpensive these days so there is no excuse for not having on installed on your PC or Mac - That's right, Mac users should have anti-virus installed as well. If you think you can't afford to pay for anti-virus then download the free version of AVG anti-virus software at the very least. 2. Software Firewall Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista and Mac OS X all have a software firewall installed by default.  They are relatively simple firewalls but should provide you with good level of protection.  Just make sure it's running! - Windows XP firewall info - ...

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