HP Black Friday Special @ The Beach Geeks

November 30, 2019 by Hogan Courrier · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Laptop Specials, Wasaga Beach Geeks 

Limited Time Black Friday Special

HP Stream 14″ Laptop (AMD A4-9125 Dual-Core, 4GB RAM, Windows 10, Snowflake, 2019 model)

ONLY $369.99

 

 

 

 

 

 

Display Size 14 inches
Max Screen Resolution 1366×768
Processor 2.3 GHz AMD A4
RAM 4 GB SDRAM
Hard Drive 0 GB emmc
Chipset Brand amd
Card Description Integrated
Wireless Standard 802.11bgn
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 3
Brand Name HP
Series HP Notebook
Item model number 14-dk0030ca
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Windows 10 S
Item Weight 1.36 Kg
Item dimensions L x W x H 22.9 x 33.8 x 2 cm
Color Snowflake White
Processor Brand AMD
Processor Count 1
Flash Memory Size 64.0
Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

 

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Dlink Routers 2018 Prior will no longer be supported

November 28, 2019 by Hogan Courrier · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Wasaga Beach Geeks 

Chrome 79, scheduled to be released on Dec 10, will remove Native Client, which is essential for mydlink Portal to support D-Link products manufactured before 2018. As a result, mydlink Portal will not be able to support Chrome 79 for D-Link products such as DCS-932L, DCS-2530L and DIR-890L (full list below).

For these products, please use IE11 on computers running Windows, or Firefox 52 ESR (WindowsMacOS) on computers running Windows or MacOS. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Affected Products:

DCS-1100, DCS-1100L, DCS-1130, DCS-1130L, DCS-2132L, DCS-2136L, DCS-2210L, DCS-2230L, DCS-2310L, DCS-2330L, DCS-2332L, DCS-2530L, DCS-2630L, DCS-2670L, DCS-5000L, DCS-5009L, DCS-5010L, DCS-5020L, DCS-5025L, DCS-5029L, DCS-5030L, DCS-5211L, DCS-5222L, DCS-5230L, DCS-6004L, DCS-6005L, DCS-6010L, DCS-6045L, DCS-6212L, DCS-7000L, DCS-700L, DCS-7010L, DCS-8000LH, DCS-8100LH, DCS-800L, DCS-820L, DCS-825L, DCS-850L, DCS-855L, DCS-930L, DCS-931L, DCS-932L, DCS-933L, DCS-934L, DCS-935L, DCS-936L, DCS-940L, DCS-942L, DCS-945L, DCS-960L, DIR-140L, DIR-508L, DIR-508LW, DIR-510L, DIR-518L, DIR-600L, DIR-600LW, DIR-601L, DIR-602L, DIR-605L, DIR-605LW, DIR-619L, DIR-626L, DIR-636L, DIR-640L, DIR-645L, DIR-808L, DIR-810L, DIR-816L, DIR-818L, DIR-820L, DIR-826L, DIR-830L, DIR-836L, DIR-840L, DIR-845L, DIR-850L, DIR-855L, DIR-860L, DIR-862L, DIR-865L, DIR-866L, DIR-868L, DIR-880L, DIR-885L, DIR-890L, DIR-895L, DIR-900L, DIR-905L, DIR-919L, DNR-202L, DNR-212L, DNR-312L, DNR-322L, DNS-320L, DNS-327L, DNS-340L, DSL-2770L, DSL-2870B, DSL-2875AL, DSL-2877AL, DSL-2880AL, DSL-2890AL, DSL-2900AL, DSL-3580L, DSL-3581L, DSL-3590L, DSL-4320L

 

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Christmas and Black Friday 2019 Specials

November 27, 2019 by Hogan Courrier · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Computer Specials, Wasaga Beach Geeks 
Wasaga Beach Geeks

Christmas Specials 2019

 

 

 

 

 

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End all Virus threats forever 100% Guarantee!

 

 

 

Viruses, Malware, Spyware are now a thing of the past. Imagine no more infections of any sort, 100% Guaranteed, and best of all, this is available for only $99.99 per year. If you want to be 100% free of these types of infections, Don’t Freak and Call The GeeK. 705-816-4335 Takes only 5 minutes of your time.

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Big Time Snow Fall In Wasaga Beach

January 5, 2017 by Hogan Courrier · Leave a Comment
Filed under: General Interest, Wasaga Beach Geeks 

WoW, what a torrent of snow we got last night in Wasaga Beach.  Big shout out to Tommy who got our parking lot all plowed and cleared.

 

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MyGeeKTV Black Friday At Wasaga Beach Geeks

December 30, 2016 by Hogan Courrier · Leave a Comment
Filed under: MyGeeKTV 

One Device, One Price, Infinite Possibilities. REGULAR $175.00

2 Year Warranty & Support Included!

On Sale Now Black Friday!  Only $99.00

Come in today for a FREE Demo of the Premier Entertainment Device.

705-816-4335  mygeektvinfo@gmail.com

All your TV Shows, Movies, Live TV and more.

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New Year Specials 2017

Wasaga Beach Geeks

New Year Specials

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Wasaga Beach Farmers Market

June 22, 2015 by Hogan Courrier · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Community News, Events 

Wasaga Beach Farmers Market runs till Thanksgiving Weekend

 

 

 

 

The Wasaga Beach Farmer’s Market is looking for Growers, Producers and Artisans! If you Make It, Bake It or Grow It, we’d LOVE to have you come out and join us on Sunday’s from 8am to 1pm. We’re located at 136 Main Street in the Municipal Parking Lot (beside Big Chris’ BBQ) and a 10×10 space is only $20! For more information, please visit our website:http://www.wasagabeachfarmersmarket.com/

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February Specials At Wasaga Beach Geeks 705-812-8122

Wasaga Beach Geeks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intel Core 2 Duo @ 3.0GHz

2 GB Ram

160 GB Hard Drive

DVD-ReWritable Optical Drive

Windows 7 Home MAR

$215.00 ea

Lenovo M58 Desktop

 

 

 

 

 

Intel Core 2 Duo @ 3.0 GHz

3GB Ram

160 GB Hard Drive

DVD-ReWritable Optical Drive

Windows 7 Home MAR

$230.00 ea

 

Lenovo E30 Workstation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intel Core i7 @ 3.4GHz

8 GB RAM

500 GB HDD

DVD-RW

1 GB NVIDIA GTS 450 Graphics

Windows 7 Pro 64-bit

Upgraded power supply

$549.00 ea

Lenovo Thinkpad T420

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intel Core i5 2540M @ 2.60 GHz

4GB Ram

320GB Hard Drive

DVD-RW Optical Drive

14.1″ Display w/Integrated Webcam

Windows 7 Professional COA

$349.00 ea

 

Lenovo Thinkpad x220 

Powerful AND Portable

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intel Core i5 2540M @ 2.60 GHz

4GB Ram

320GB Hard Drive

12.1″ Display w/Integrated Webcam

Windows 7 Professional COA

$349.00 ea

Lenovo M90 SFF 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intel Core i5 @ 3.2GHz

4 GB Ram

250 GB Hard Drive

Display Port ++

Windows 7 Pro COA

$399.00

 

HP DC7800 Tower 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intel Core 2 Duo @ 3.0GHz

4 GB Ram

80GB Hard Drive

CD-RW Optical Drive

Windows Vista COA

$189.00

 

Add Windows 7 to any PC or laptop

Windows 7 Home – $55.00

 

Windows 7 Pro – $85.00

 

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Macs vulnerable to virtually undetectable virus that “can’t be removed”

thunderstrike

 

 

 

 

 

A security researcher has discovered a way to infect Macs with malware virtually undetectable and that ‘can’t be removed.’

The attack, which has been called Thunderstrike, installs the malicious code into the Boot ROM of the system via the Thunderbolt port.

Want to automatically respond to incoming text messages? This simple step-by-step guide will show you how to do it yourself in 10 minutes.

Trammell Hudson, who works for hedge fund Two Sigma Investments and is also the creator of the Magic Lanternopen-source programming

environment for Canon DSLRs, discovered the vulnerability after his employer asked him to look into the security of Apple notebooks.

“A few years ago we were considering deploying MacBooks and I was asked to use my reverse engineering experience to look into the reports of rootkits on the Mac

to see if it was possible to patch the firmware to be secure against them,” wrote Hudson in a summary of the vulnerability.

After initially discovering that the Boot ROM could be tampered with if the notebook was physically dismantled to give access to the chip soldered onto

the motherboard, he then refined this technique so the attack could be carried out via the system’s Thunderbolt port.

“It turns out that the Thunderbolt port gives us a way to get code running when the system boots,” Wrote Hudson. “Thunderbolt brings the PCIe bus

to the outside world and at boot time the EFI firmware asks attached devices if they have any Option ROMs to be run.”

Hudson discovered that he could use a modified Apple gigabit Ethernet Thunderbolt adapter to carry out the attack.

“Since it is the first OS X firmware bootkit, there is nothing currently scanning for its presence. It controls the system from the very first instruction,

which allows it to log keystrokes, including disk encryption keys, place backdoors into the OS X kernel and bypass firmware passwords,” Hudson said.

And once it is on your system, it is incredibly hard to remove.

“It can’t be removed by software since it controls the signing keys and update routines. Reinstallation of OS X won’t remove it.

Replacing the SSD won’t remove it since there is nothing stored on the drive.”

“The classic ‘evil-maid’ attacks also are feasible. Given a few minutes alone with your laptop, Thunderstrike allows the boot ROM firmware to be replaced,

regardless of firmware passwords or disk encryption,” explains Hudson. “So while you are getting breakfast at the hotel during a conference and leave the machine

in your room and house-cleaning comes by to make up the bed, install the firmware backdoors, and replace the towels.”

According to Hudson, Thunderstrike “is effective against every MacBook Pro/Air/Retina with Thunderbolt.”

Fortunately, Hudson reports that Apple is working on an update that will prevent malicious code from being written to the Boot ROM via the Thunderbolt port. However, this update would not protect the system from having the Boot ROM tampered with directly.

One defense against this would be to paint over the case screws with glitter nail polish and take close-up photos of the seal you created. The glitter in the nail polish sets into a random pattern that would be impossible to replicate, and as long as you keep the photos safe, you can make sure they screws haven’t been messed with.

 

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