Q: I heard Windows 10 shares my wi-fi connection with anyone in the area. Is this total invasion of privacy true? A: Windows 10 includes a feature called Wi-Fi Sense that lets your friends and other Windows users connect to your network. But it’s up to you to choose to share it. If you do, Microsoft will store your encrypted password on its servers. When a visitor who has Wi-Fi Sense enabled shows up, Windows will log them into your network automatically. No one ever sees your Wi-Fi network’s password. Q: I’ve seen the articles about hackers taking over cars and making them run off the road. Is there anything I can do to stop hackers from taking over my Dodge truck? A: You’re talking about the recent news that Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram and SRT models equipped with UConnect made after mid-2013 are vulnerable. People with these models need to get a USB device from the manufacturer to upgrade the vehicle’s software. Better yet, call your nearest dealer and set an appointment for them to do the upgrade for you. Q: Facebook is blowing up my phone with alerts! Help me! A: You’re not alone. Who wants their… Read full this story
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