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How I Was Able To Reset My Windows Password In Minutes

Was there a time in your life wherein you just went blank at that time when you are about to access your computer? That no matter how you stir your brain up, you still cannot figure out what the password is. Well, I was on that same situation before and that’s the reason why I have decided to install the Reset Password Pro. The great thing about Reset Password Pro is that it allows you to reset your password in only a few minutes.

What I did

What I did at first was I went to their website which can be accessed at Reset-Password-Pro.com. You will find a video demonstration about this product on the homepage of their site and I suggest that you watch it if you want to find out more about this product. After I have watched the video, I decided to give the product a try. I honestly was doubtful at first but when I found out that they offer a 60-day money back guarantee, I thought, well, there is actually no harm in trying it.

So what I did was clicked on the link that says “Download Reset Password Pro.” I was then taken to a page where I was asked to click on a green button that says “Download Now”. After that, I was asked to pay the $37.95 onetime fee.

Take note that there are no other charges that you will be paying and you will not be burdened to pay any monthly fees if you decide to purchase the product. Simply provide them with your card details and as soon as they have confirmed your payment of $37.95, you will then be taken to a page that will ask you to download the software. The process is so easy and in only a few minutes, you will be done with the installation.

What’s Next

After you have installed the software, you will then be asked to get a CD or a USB drive which will serve as the “boot disk”. Basically, the disk is what you will use in resetting the password of a computer. So simply plug in the CD or the USB drive and burn the software there.

This should take you less than a minute only. After that, run the CD or the USB on the computer or laptop that you want to access. You should be given a list of the administrators of the computer. If you are the only one using the device, then click on your name and what the disk will do next is remove the option for keying in a password and then you can use the computer even if you do not provide a password at all. That’s how easy it is to use.

Some of my colleagues have tried other tools aside from the Reset Password Pro when it comes to resetting the password of their computer, and although they all turned out effective, only the Reset Password Pro has the ability to reset the computer’s password in only a few minutes.

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3 Tips to Secure Your Office 365 Instance Against Hackers

Hacker – a word that conjures up images of a man in a baseball cap, alone in a dark room, surrounded by machines and blinking lights, out to spread chaos around the universe. While this image is often inaccurate – hackers can be anyone, anywhere, with any device – the threat is very real. You know the danger exists, but how can you protect yourself and your data from a threat that seems invisible and undetectable?

 

Interested in taking your client’s Office 365 security to the next level? Contact us and get an Office Protect free trial.

 

You really can’t on your own. Fortunately, if you use Office 365, the solution has three ways to protect your business from cyberattacks.

 

Tip #1: Stop Hackers in Their Tracks

The first goal of any data security feature is to act as a strong perimeter. Office 365 is no different and has taken many measures to ensure no unverified users can get into your system.

 

Multi-Factor Authentication

Passwords are easily compromised. Employees might choose an easy-to-guess password that they can remember, or keep all of their files in a Word document on their desktop. Some employees might even write their password on a piece of tape and stick it to the bottom of their computer

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) realizes this weakness and adds another level of security to the log-in process. In addition to having a password, a user must also verify their identity with a device they have, most commonly a mobile phone.

This basic two-factor authentication program comes with Office 365, but if you need something even more secure for your business, they offer a higher-level plan as well.

 

Azure Identity Protection

Identity Protection learns your habits to flag unusual activities. For example, if you log in from a different source than usual, or try to log in multiple times, the system will send you an alert and ask for additional authentication methods.

Most of us have experienced this when we use a different machine, or log on to a coffee shop’s internet. Some find it to be a nuisance, but in reality, it is an effective method to stop hackers in their tracks. Without it, you may not know you are under attack until it is too late.

 

Ransomware Prevention

Unfortunately, ransomware has seen a lot of headlines in recent months. This particularly unpleasant attack usually involves a hacker accessing data and then locking the business out of their own system, demanding thousands of dollars in Bitcoin payments before they will release the data. Some larger enterprises have even encountered and endured threats of releasing private customer data online if they do not pay the ransom.

However, this isn’t just a big business problem. Office 365 has recently taken steps to prevent ransomware attacks for all of their customers.

Their new security feature detects ransomware attacks and will send you an alert via email, desktop, or phone to let you know of a possible attack. It even walks you through the steps to restore your system to a point before it was compromised.

 

Link Checking in MS Office

Everyone has had a moment when you click on a link without thinking about it. Important questions like, “What is this link’s source?”, “Is it safe?” or “Could it contain a virus?” often do not occur to us when we’re hurried or looking through many documents. Fortunately, Office 365 thinks about this for you with advanced link checking in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint that will alert you of any suspicious links before your computer gets to the corrupted site.

 

Encrypted Email

This one is pretty simple – with end-to-end encryption for all email, you can ensure that no one intercepts or receives your communications except for the intended recipients.

 

Tip #2: Get Control Over Your Data

One of the best ways to prevent hacking is to make sure you maintain control over your data at all times. Only you should determine who can access your most important assets.

 

Privileged Identity Management

One of the most devastating attacks is one where an administrative account is breached, so naturally, you will want to limit the number of admin accounts that are given out. However, this can create difficulties when users need an admin account to complete a particular task.

Privileged Identity Management solves this by allowing you to create temporary admins for a designated amount of time. Users on a list of “eligible admins” can request temporary access for certain tasks, and their admin status will be revoked after the work is completed. You can even control what sort of information these eligible admins must provide to grant access.

 

Mobile Device Management

The modern employee often checks email and performs other work tasks on many different devices that may or may not be company-sanctioned and controlled. Mobile Device Management gives you the ability to protect your data even on devices that are personally owned by your employees.

 

Data Sharing Prevention

Not all threats come from outside your organization. Office 365 has two measures to protect your data from threats inside your organization as well, whether it be accidental or malicious. Password Protected Sharing Links lets you set passwords for certain shared folders and files to prevent unauthorized access, and Prevent Forwarding allows you to restrict recipients from forwarding or copying any emails you do not want others seeing.

 

Tip #3: Get Better Visibility

Knowledge truly is power. If you can see a hole in your perimeter, you will know where to patch it. If the hole remains undiscovered, someone can get in. Office 365 has features both to help you find gaps in your system and fix them before something can happen, and to repair your system just in case something does happen.

 

Secure Score Check

This feature allows you to get an overall view of how secure your data is with just a click of a button. Office 365 will assess what security features you are and are not using, find weak links in your system, and suggest ways to improve your overall security score.

 

File Restore

But what if all of this is not enough? Nothing is entirely hacker-proof, right? This is an unfortunate truth of the technological age. Knowing this, Office 365 has a full file restore feature so even if someone destroys, deletes, or locks you out of your data, or even in the event of a natural disaster, all your data can be restored and your business can stay up and running.

 

How Office Protect Can Help You

Does all of this sound like a lot to keep up with? You definitely want to keep your business secure, but keeping track of all of these features can be challenging. How would you even know if something happened?

Office Protect is here to help. You can manage everything from one pane of glass in an easy to understand interface. Any unusual activity will trigger an alert that you can investigate, and it even generates reports for you to examine and gain valuable insight into the security of your organization.

Want to know more about how Office Protect can keep security simple? Contact your SherWeb representative today.

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