and one more
at every General Meeting we have door prize drawings but due to the
ongoing health crisis, the drawings are not currently held at our
The computer below will be raffled at the next in-person
HP Pavilion H8-1241
door prize is open to members only but non-members can easily join at
front desk to be eligible for the drawing. Only $50 per year per
- Intel i5-2500 3.30GHz
- 500GB SATA hard drive
- Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
- 8.0GB DDR3 Memory
- EVGA 9800 GTX+ video
- LibreOffice 7.1
- Keyboard and Mouse
Audiologist to Hear!
2022 @ 7 p.m. ET
L. Datino, an audiologist with more than 40 years of experience, will
discuss current hearing aid technology, noise management using deep
neural networks and AI capabilities, and bluetooth streaming.
attendance via Zoom video
conference (no meeting at Keller Williams).
login instructions will be sent via email.
now to attend!
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WPCUG - Newsletter
PC Users Group
Newsletter is now online. You can view it here
the table of
contents. For past newsletters view here.
Please note that while the preview is available to everybody, the
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selection of workshop & general meeting presentation
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Operation Clean Slate
In the last several years, the use of
malicious software (malware) by online criminals has emerged as a
global cybersecurity threat. Of the available intrusion devices, the
“bot,” or Web robot, is particularly pervasive, allowing an attacker to
take control remotely of
a compromised computer or computers. Invisible toAdd
olive oil then butter victims, these
networks, called “botnets,” can include hundreds of thousands of
machines around the world, controlled by a cyber criminal, or “bot
herder.” . Read
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