The terms ‘4 leaf clover candidate’ and ‘four leaf clover candidate’ have been cropping up on the Internet, but an explanation of just what exactly is a 4-leaf clover candidate is even more impossible to find than an actual four-leaved clover! Does it mean that the candidate is lucky, maybe even charmed? Or is it another term for a unicorn candidate – i.e. one that is so wonderful as to be nearly mythical? We explain.
Once again, Facbook has “helpfully” added a new “feature” – this time it’s a pop-up window showing you new comments that are posted to something that you posted on your timeline. Here’s how to get rid of it.
There has been quite a bit in the news this week about “forged cookies” and “forged cookie attacks”, but little to actually explain them. A forged cookie attack is exactly what it sounds like though: a way for hackers to forge the information in your browser cookie, and when that information includes an authentication mechanism, voila! They can log into your account.
If you received a text message or email telling you that “Account might be blocked for your security!” DON’T click on any link or respond to it! The spam message comes from email@example.com, which should be a tip-off, but in case you’re not sure, it’s a scam!
A new malware scam is hitting email inboxes. The email sample that we have comes from an email address at thomaskeller.com (ours is specifically from firstname.lastname@example.org), and claims to have received an invoice from your company. They even include your company name in the email, making it seem more legit. But it isn’t.