Early in 2018, the D.C. Board of Ethics and Government Accountability opened an investigation. The inquiry was suspended midyear “because of an ongoing law enforcement investigation.”
Clutter is the enemy of a speedy PC. Unused software sucks up processing speed and — even worse — leaves the door open to hackers and malware.
Rooftop boxes and antennas, described by TeleWorld Solutions CEO Shervin Gerami at a small press briefing at Via Umbria in early February, may be proposed at the March 4 ANC meeting.
Once a known vulnerability is announced via a patch, hackers get to work like crazy, trying to figure out how to use that vulnerability to gain access to users who are lazy about installing updates.
“Larry Felder, Candidate,” the debut novel by Bob Levey — who wrote daily columns about Washington life in the Washington Post for decades — takes a dramatic turn mid-book.
All you have to do is accidentally fat-finger a single letter in the real URL and up pops a very legitimate-looking fake copy of the site you were trying to get to.
If you are working on a home PC and not diligently updating and monitoring the antivirus software, firewall and security patches on the machine, then there’s a high probability you’re infected with spyware or malware.
Ever since Friday, the local media were loudly notifying us every time another shoe dropped. It all began on Friday, the first day of Black History Month, no less.
When the president acknowledged their historic numbers in Congress, the entire block of white-clothed Democratic women leaped up from their seats and started cheering.
“Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Works 1940-1950,” on view through Feb. 18, offers direct vantage into an era when the government sponsored art projects on a national scale.