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Bribie Island Seniors' Computing Club

Sunset Bribie Is
Jetty - bribie Is
Rainbow - Bribie Is
Pelican Landing
Sunset - Bribie Is
Black Swan & Family - Buckley's Hole
Bribie, Volunteer Marine Rescue Boat
Emu walking along street
Buckley's Hole - Bribie
Boy throwing Casting-net at sunset - Bribie Is
Three Pelicans swimming
Surf Life Saving Boat - Bribie
Sunset - Bribie Is
Photo: Don McEwen
Pumicestone Passage
The April BISCC Monthly Meeting has been cancelled.   As the meeting date is between Easter and Anzac Day.
Next BISCC Monthly Meeting: 10:30am Wednesday 28 May 2014.
Bribie RSL, Conference Room – Level 1.

SIG Meetings at the Bribie RSL, Anzac Room.   SIG Details & Contacts
Digital Audio/Video SIG:
   Next meeting: 10:00am Thursday 01 May 2014.
   If you wish to attend please contact David
Internet & Email SIG meeting:
   Next meeting: 3:00pm Tuesday 13 May 2014
Family History:
   Beginners: Next Meeting: 1:00pm Tuesday 06 May 2014.
   Advanced: Next Meeting: 10:00am Thursday 08 May 2014.

Workshops - RSL Anzac Room:
   30 minute 1 on 1 Personal Tuition by appointment.
Beginners Computing: Tuesday, April 08, 29 & May 13. 1:00pm-3:00pm.
Refresher: Tuesday, April, 29 & May 20. 3:00pm-5:00pm.
To book a tutorial contact Colin:

Treefrog Workshops - Colin's place
Digital Images: Improving on the snapshot: Wednesday, April 02. 9:00am-12noon.
Make Better use of your Tablet: Wednesday, May 07. 9:00am-12noon.

Family History & Convict Name Databases (BIFHIG)
Searching for your ancestors?    Over 1200 names being researched by members.
100 Useful Websites - Computer Software, Seniors, Mac Stuff, Genealogy, Tutorials, Computer Help, Recreation, etc. (Including Archived Photos from previous BISCC competitions)



Are you worried about the Heartbleed security bug, you should be.

To check if any of the "secure" sites you use are affected go to this link to check.

Heartbleed: The Biggest Threat to Online Security Ever!    Article by Jim Hillier (Daves Computer Tips)
What is Heartbleed? "Heartbleed" is the name given to a bug recently discovered in a component of the widely utilized OpenSSL open source toolkit. The vulnerability can be exploited to overcome encryption and gather personal information including credit card details, passwords, and banking details, etc.
 Source Internet

The Heartbleed Hit List:  The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now.   List compiled by the Mashable Team.

Is your USB Flash Drive having unsafe connections?
To check: Plug Flash Drive in to computer - Navigate to (My) Computer - Right click on Removable Drive - "Scan with AVG or your anti-virus software"