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In the final part of our series to avoid getting hacked, we tell you about a tool that tells yo more...

In the final part of our series to avoid getting hacked, we tell you about a tool that tells you if it’s time to change your password.

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

You just sent out an email to your friends with great info on the latest diet... the problem is you didn’t. So are you being spoofed or did someone hack your account?

Most of time it’s a harmless, but what if someone hacked your account, used it, compromised it, How would you know?

If you go to should I change my password dot com, you can enter your email address and in an instant, the site will report back if it appears to have been compromised.

To date, they have discover nearly 52,000,000 compromised email addresses.

Over 34,000,000 password breaches.

And they are adding about 30,000 new email addresses to the database every day, to keep the reporting accurate and up to date.

You can check an individual email address for free, or if you want to keep tabs on multiple addresses you can subscribe to the service for $10 bucks a year, for up to 10 email accounts.

So if you're not sure if it’s time to change your password, check out should I change my password dot com.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://shouldichangemypassword.com/

In part 4 of our weeklong series to avoid getting hacked, today’s Data Doctors Tech Tip explain more...

In part 4 of our weeklong series to avoid getting hacked, today’s Data Doctors Tech Tip explains why the pain of 2-step verification is worth the price of admission.

2 step verification is nothing new, yet it’s amazing how few people use this powerful and free tool to to protect themselves.

Microsoft started rolling out its two-step verification process back in April. Also known as two factor authentication the process strengthens your account security by requiring you to enter your password step one, then a security code step two.

The security code sent to you by SMS (text messaging), or in Microsoft’s case you can make it a phone call, or you can use an authenticator app on your mobile device.

Turning on two-step verification on your Microsoft account will enable it across all of your Microsoft services that currently support two-step verification, like Outlook.com, Office 365, and SkyDrive.

Even if someone gets your username and password, they won’t be able to get in. Why? because they need one more important thing. 2 step authentication requires something you know, like a username and password, and something you have, your smartphone.

If someone tries to login as you, you’ll get a text message with a code that must be entered to proceed. Without that code, your account is locked and you’ll be alerted that someone has your password.

Lots of others like Facebook and Google have been offering this for a while, when you see the option SAY YES!

Tomorrow, we wrap up our series on how to avoid getting hacked, We’ll tell you how to know if it’s time to change your password.

Remember, we’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57580180-285/how-to-use-two-step-verification-with-your-microsoft-account/

In part 3 of our weeklong series to avoid getting hacked, did you know your smartphone holds th more...

In part 3 of our weeklong series to avoid getting hacked, did you know your smartphone holds the key for hackers? And it’s the quickest way for them to take over your life.

It's time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Your home is loaded with a bunch of valuables, high end TV’s, Jewelry, lots of computers... would you leave the door wide open?

Duhhh! Of course not!

OK time for a quick test. Grab your smartphone right now and wake it up. Can you access your stuff without entering a password? Then your door is wide open.

If a bad guy got your phone, it would take him no time to find out what bank you bank with via the app you most likely use, request a password reset through your email, which he has in his hand, and well... you can figure out the rest of the story.

Manufacturers give you the ability to password protect your smartphones for a reason. They are just like your desktop or laptop computer. Full of valuable information, and incredibly easy to access.

Finally, for you Android users that swipe a pattern to unlock your device... hold it up to the light and look at the screen. If a hacker found it, they’d be able to retrace your swipe in an instant.

Tomorrow, Microsoft has finally done it and you should too. Securing your safety with the 2-step.

Got a tech question? We’ve got the answers.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

In part 2 of our weeklong series to avoid getting hacked we’ll tell you why you should stop usi more...

In part 2 of our weeklong series to avoid getting hacked we’ll tell you why you should stop using the same password over and over again.

It's time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We've all been told not to use the same password for all our online accounts, but so many people still do it.

Let's face it, we know using the same password everywhere is dumb, it’s not safe, but who can remember dozens of complicated passwords?

No one! That’s why everyone should think about using a password management utility.

Utilities such as LastPass take the complexity out of using lots of complex passwords, because you only need to remember one.

That's right, you setup an account with Lastpass and it generates strong passwords that are unique to each of your online accounts and remembers them so you don't have to.

Simply login with your single password to get to all your stored account credentials and click the mouse to securely connect.

Because Lastpass is a cloud-based service, you don't have to have special software or apps to get to your secured accounts, you can do it from any computer on the Internet.

Your credentials are stored on a securely encrypted system and the best part is that Lastpass is free!

Tomorrow, we’ll tell you why your smartphone holds the key for hackers.

Remember, we’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://lastpass.com/

Today we start a weeklong series to help you avoid getting hacked and we kick it off with this more...

Today we start a weeklong series to help you avoid getting hacked and we kick it off with this Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Everyone knows that bigger is better, in this case longer is best.

When you make a password, it’s common these days to add special characters, numbers and capital letters to make the password more difficult to hack.

The problem is, how on earth do you remember something so nonsensical?

Instead of going crazy with characters, and nuts with numbers, go long!

Making a simple yet hard to crack password is actually easy. Make it 15 characters or more. Remember this... length matters more than difficulty.

Most people have 8 character passwords. Add 7 exclamation points, and you’ve instantly made it exponentially more difficult to crack. You can add any characters, digits or letters... just make it 15 characters or longer.

The reason this makes your password more secure is that todays password cracking tools can try billions of combinations of letters, numbers and symbols to crack an 8 character password just like that.

A motivated hacker with todays fast cracking tools, can guess your 8 character password in under 30 seconds. Add 7 exclamation points, and it’ll take over 12 million centuries to guess every combination.

A longer password makes it much hard for a hacker to find your needle in the haystack.

So, how big is your haystack? We’ve got a link to a great tool you can use to check your own password strength. You’ll find it on facebook.com/datadoctors.

There, you can ask us your tech questions anytime.

Tomorrow... why you don’t want to use the same password over and over.

http://www.grc.com/haystack.htm

When you need new glasses, you can go see Becky at the eyeglass store, or you can let Glasses.c more...

When you need new glasses, you can go see Becky at the eyeglass store, or you can let Glasses.com replace Becky with an app.

It’s time to go shopping with this Data Doctors Tech Tip.

The app is called 3D Fit from Glasses.com. It lets you see, through augmented reality, how dozens of pairs of glasses look on a 3D model of you!

The app makes an accurate 3D model of your face, allowing you to see how you look in various styles of frames from different angles.

Here's how it works: Using an iPad and soon Androids, you take a video of your face while rotating your head to the left and then the right. It quickly creates a 3D rendering of your face from both sides.

Now instead of going through the online catalog and guessing what’s going to look good on you, you’ll instantly see them on your face, along with the brand and price.

You can scroll through them, click on any pair to see colors and even add them to your favorites.

There are other sites, that let you virtually try on glasses, but this looks so real with reflections and drop shadows, it makes buying them foolproof.

This augmented reality app lets you shop and try-on without going anywhere, and find glasses that actually look good on you.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.glasses.com/

Need a little excitement to make your morning run a bit more fun? It’s time for another Data more...

Need a little excitement to make your morning run a bit more fun?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Zombies Run!

Where?

No the app, actually... Zombies Run 2. It’s part Runkeeper, part Walking Dead and it turns your morning jog into a virtual run-for-your-life adventure.

Out of steam? Can't bring yourself to finish that last mile? Maybe a zombie horde breathing down your neck will give you the adrenaline boost you need.

That's the idea behind Zombies, Run! 2. This Android and iOS app gives you an immersive running game and audio adventure for your smartphone.

It works like this: Before you start your run, you launch the app, pick your mission, put on your headphones, and then you hit the road.
Along the way, the story unfolds and the Zombies have you on the run.

Each mission has goals... Get supplies, rescue humans, deliver news to another base and of course stay ahead of the Zombies. It’s theater for your ears.

With 60+ missions, “Zombie Chase” interval training and the ability to run with your own music, you can have the best of both worlds, your morning workout, and saving the rest of us from being eaten.

So if you want a bit more excitement from your morning run... then run away from the Zombies.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.zombiesrungame.com/

Twitter Music Aired: 05/08/2013
If you’re a music lover and you use Twitter, you’re going to love this Data Doctors Tech Tip. more...

If you’re a music lover and you use Twitter, you’re going to love this Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Recently Twitter launched a new service called #music which uses tweets and artists’ Twitter accounts to help users discover new music.

The service uses iTunes to deliver short previews of each song along with a link to purchase, and you can also connect your Spotify or Rdio accounts to listen to the full tracks.

You can use your web browser to check out #music, at music.twitter.com or by downloading the free Twitter #music iPhone app from the App Store.

Just like Vine, #music uses your existing Twitter accounts so there’s no lengthy registration process. Once authorized, #music looks for artists you are already following and it gives you recommendations based on your tastes in music. It’s pretty smart.

They also help you discover new stuff. The two other tabs, Popular and Emerging, list currently trending artists as well as “hidden” talent currently being Tweeted about.

Paired with Spotify and your iPhone app, it’s able to play music completely within the app.

If you have and Rdio account you can listen to the new stuff easily as well. Twitter #music has a grid-based layout that’s sharp easy to use and previews load virtually instantly.

Don’t worry Android users... there’s a #music app in the works for you too.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://music.twitter.com

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/twitter-music/id625541612?ls=1&mt=8

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. Do you have a website? Many of us do these days more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Do you have a website? Many of us do these days, whether a blog, small business or a bigger company. Your website is the easiest way for people to find your business.

But how do you know if your site’s working the way it should? Is it running all the time, are people able to connect to it whenever they want?

If you can't answer those questions with 100% certainty, you need to know about uptimerobot.com.

UpTimeRobot, monitors your websites every 5 minutes, and it’s totally free.

Once you sign up for your free account, you can monitor up to 50 websites.

You can even get alerts by e-mail, SMS or Text Messaging, Twitter, RSS or push notifications for iPhone/iPad.

Now if any of the sites that you’re motoring take a dive, you don’t have to worry about someone discovering it hours later and maybe letting you know, or assuming someone else already told you.

If you don’t think that happens, guess again, it actually happens in businesses of all sizes. If you run an e-commerce site, you know how much money that can cost you.

The UpTimeRobot dashboard is easy to read, so you can see the history of the site and see if there are any repeat problems you need to know about and deal with.

We said it before, but it’s worth repeating. UpTimeRobot can monitor up to 50 websites and it won’t cost you a dime.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.uptimerobot.com/

Want to dress like Olivia Pope on Scandal, you like the mens leather jacket from Vampire Diarie more...

Want to dress like Olivia Pope on Scandal, you like the mens leather jacket from Vampire Diaries?

It’s time to go shopping with this Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We live in a multitasking culture, chatting on social media networks while watching television has become the norm. How many times have you seen SPOILER ALERT?

We love sharing our thoughts in real time about the shows we're watching. And as social media becomes more of a platform for like minded audiences to gather, it's also driving e-commerce.

Almost 90% of U.S. homes own at least one device that can be used as a second screen; and 87% of consumers says they use at least one device while watching television.

OK, so how does that all tie in to dressing like Olivia Pope? There’s an app called Get This. Get this creates a second-screen experience linking purchasable content to the television show you are watching.

Get This works with each show's production staff (producers and stylists), who tell them in advance which items will be featured on each episode. Then when viewers see those items, they pop up on their screens in the app.

The idea is that if you see Olivia Pope wearing a cute dress on Scandal, it pops up on your screen so you can buy it.

An audio-sync button matches to the show and highlights items as they appear on screen.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://mashable.com/2013/04/18/get-this-social-purchases/

We’ve told you about LoJack for laptops, but what about protection for your Androids, Blackberr more...

We’ve told you about LoJack for laptops, but what about protection for your Androids, Blackberrys or virtually any other device in your business?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

AirWatch allows businesses to manage their mobile fleet. No not cars and trucks, phones.

With AirWatch, companies can be certain their mobile information is safe. They provide end to end security to the user, the individual device and content on the phone.

There mobile device management helps companies enforce security policies and secures mobile access to company resources. If an employee loses their smartphone, no matter what type, it can be remotely locked and wiped.

AirWatch even has Mobile Application Management. That means you can manage public and purchased apps across employee, corporate or shared devices in your organization. They can even distribute, track, update, and secure applications over-the-air.

Because they are a scalable service, you can have 10 or 10,000 employees on the service. You simply pick the license type, choose a hosting model and you’re up and running.

They offer complete mobility management for laptops, smartphones, tablets and even Kindles.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.air-watch.com

Wouldn’t it be great if on your next trip instead of renting a car at the airport you can rent more...

Wouldn’t it be great if on your next trip instead of renting a car at the airport you can rent a car from your friend?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Peer-to-peer car-sharing service RelayRides is going social. The goal is to get users to rent a car through Facebook using the power of their social network.

RelayRides calls it “Renting Social”, members can now post a Facebook status message that lets friends know they need to rent a car.

The idea is pretty simple: One of your buddies may have an extra car, or happens to be out of town when you need a car, and they might be willing to loan it to you for a price.

RelayRides acts as a middleman in the transaction. The renter pays the company, which in turn, pays the car owner and provides insurance in case of an accident.

The service is currently used in over 1,400 cities across the country, and they hope Facebook integration will help growth by essentially putting it in the News Feeds of people who may not know about it.

Their goal is to have a RelayRides car within a 10-minute walking distance of 100 million Americans by the end of 2015.

Check them out before you travel, and perhaps you can rent your next ride from Ken,

RelayRides is available on Facebook now.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://relayrides.com/

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. Microsoft has added two-step verification to se more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Microsoft has added two-step verification to services like Outlook.com, Messenger and SkyDrive, and to sync all your settings between devices.

Two-step verification, also called two-factor authentication relies on 2 things, something you know: Your password and something you have, your cellphone.

Two-step verification is a very important security feature, as it makes it very hard for a third party to access your account even if they have your username and password.

Once you turn it on,  you'll be asked to enter an additional piece of information (besides your username and password) to access your account, such as a code sent to a phone.

Microsoft also offers an authenticator app for Windows Phone, which allows you to receive the two-step verification code even if you’re offline.

Two step verification may sound like a big hassle, but you can choose not to be asked for a security code on devices you regularly use. Of course that kind of defeats the purpose. Microsoft will only ask you for a code if you don't use the device for 60 days.

Other companies that offer a two-step verification including Google and Apple, others will follow along.

The two-step verification option for Microsoft accounts, is now available to all users.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://mashable.com/2013/04/17/microsoft-two-step-verification/

Are you an air guitarist or drummer? Do you imagine you’re behind the skins at a stoplight? more...

Are you an air guitarist or drummer? Do you imagine you’re behind the skins at a stoplight?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Bored with driving? Then you need to check out "Reinventing the Wheel" a steering wheel cover that lets you entertain yourself by playing a drum set along with whatever you're listening to on your car stereo.

The $150 device fits around an ordinary steering wheel, turning it into an electronic drum set that can play eight different drum sounds.

The sound from the "Reinventing the Wheel" is output via FM radio to your car stereo, where it can be mixed with the music you're listening to.

There's also a "solo drumming" mode where you can take a big drum solo on your own without the musical accompaniment.

If you have a newer car, you can plug your iPhone into the car's audio system, and then the "Reinventing the Wheel" communicates with the iOS device via Bluetooth.

That Bluetooth connection lets you wirelessly add drums to any track you have on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

The company also offers drum karaoke tracks, consisting of songs with the drum parts removed, and you can upload your own drum karaoke tracks.

So next time you roll up on an air drummer at a red light, roll down your window and tell them about "Reinventing the Wheel".

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.


http://mashable.com/2013/04/18/steering-wheel-drum-set/

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. Are you a DIY kind of person? Do you like tinke more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Are you a DIY kind of person? Do you like tinkering around the house, but hate keeping track of your projects? There’s an app for that.

Brightnest is a digital dashboard for your home.

The Brightnest website offers home maintenance tips, ideas, and helps keep you on task.

Once you sign-up, you get asked a series of questions to help organize your home maintenance projects.

Now it’s time to get busy. You’ll be presented with your first maintenance project. It will not only tell you how much time it’ll take to get done, but walk you through the steps to remain efficient from start to finish.

You can also schedule regular maintenance items and not have to remember when it’s time to do them.

For example you can schedule to replace your air filters every 30 days 60 days or 90 days depending on where you live, once done it will automatically remind you ahead of time and allow you to reschedule or mark it as completed.

Download the mobile app and you can have your chore list and instructions on the best way to do it, right your fingertips.

The Brightnest website is loaded with helpful household tips, tricks and home-improvement projects for any skill level.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://brightnest.com/

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. When you buy apps in the AppStore or download t more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

When you buy apps in the AppStore or download the free ones to your phone, your intent is usually the same. You think, wow, what a great app. I can use this thing every single day.

The reality is very different. Many of us find an app, use it once or twice and then it gets back burnered, never to be used again.

So why do you continue to waste your time updating these apps? That’s because by default, app makers assume you want the latest version of the app at all times.

Here’s a better solution, if you don’t use it, delete it. But if you might use it again, just not today... hide it. Here’s how.

Open up iTunes on your Mac or PC and sign in. From the top navigation bar in the iTunes Store, look for the Quick Links and click on Purchased.

Now, select the content you want to hide, in this case apps. Hover over the app, and click the X. This will hide the app.

You can always go back in anytime, and see any apps you’ve hidden so you can make them visible again.

http://youtu.be/rjGroOhnDl8

LoJack For Laptops Aired: 04/25/2013
It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. We’ve told you about Prey Project, the free ser more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We’ve told you about Prey Project, the free service that allows you to track your lost or stolen laptop, take photos of the user and and screenshots of what they’re doing, it’ll pinpoint its location, and then you can notify the police.

While Prey Project is good, it’s missing one component. You have to do the legwork, you have to notify the police, and you have to push them to try and recover it.

Just like with AntiVirus, there’s a reason to use a paid version over the free one... it does more.

LoJack, you know the people who help you get your car back, have a LoJack for Laptops. That’s right LoJack for laptops help businesses and consumers track, manage, secure and recover mobile computers.

LoJack for Laptops features remote data and device security to prevent use of a lost laptop, protect privacy remotely, and map a laptop’s location.

Here’s where it’s different. The service ALSO includes a dedicated theft recovery team that works with local law enforcement to track down your stolen laptop. You do nothing, they do all the work.

So far, LoJack has recovered over 26,000 laptops.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors

http://www.lojack.com/Laptops

A Knot Standard Tech Tip Aired: 04/24/2013
It’s time for a Knot Standard Data Doctors Tech Tip. We did say knot standard because seldom more...

It’s time for a Knot Standard Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We did say knot standard because seldom will you find the Data Doctors... talking about fashion. But that’s about to change.

Knot standard dot com... that’s KNOT Standard dot com is a men’s tailor unlike any you’ve ever heard of before.

When you go to the Knot Standard website, you can order a custom tailored suit right over the internet. What? How is that even possible?

First you pick your suits fabric and style. They have a wide selection online with customization options to have it made the way you want. NOW... This is where the tech comes in, and it’s pretty slick.

Using the webcam on your computer, and a CD or DVD for scale, the Knot Standard site measures you front and side, in about 15 minutes. Then, it turns those measurements into a model with your actual, and highly accurate measurements.

Because these suits are cut from one piece of fabric and hand sewn to exacting measurements, your suit takes time compared to an off the rack or made to measure suit. Your Knot Standard suit arrives ready to wear at your door in a about 3-4 weeks.

We told you this was a Knot Standard tech tip.

Want to check out a suit for yourself, go to knot standards website at KNOT standard.com.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.knotstandard.com/

There are a countless places online to find the best tech this, or gadget that. But what if you more...

There are a countless places online to find the best tech this, or gadget that. But what if you’re looking for the right school, the best car, or what adoption agency to use?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

When you’re searching for real answers, start and end your search on findthebest.com and find the best of whatever you’re looking for.

Findthebest.com gives you unbiased, data driven, comparisons.

FindTheBest is organized into 9 broad categories. Each category has dozens of comparisons on just about any product or service. They collect the data and let you filter, sort, visualize, and compare side-by-side by what matters to you.

If you have a kid going off to college soon, find the one with the best program for his or her intended major. You can see data on how many graduates they have, cost of tuition, how they rank against other schools, or more specifically, against a school known for similar studies.

So where do they get their info from? Find the best uses 3 sources. Public databases, primary sources (like manufacturer websites) and expert sources.

Next time when you’re trying to find the best, don’t ask your friends, find the best from the experts at findthebest.com.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.findthebest.com/

It's time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. When your kid struggles in school, you can hir more...

It's time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

When your kid struggles in school, you can hire private tutors, or you can save your dough and ship them off to the Khan Academy for free.

Actually, you don’t have to ship them off, you can just sit them down in front of their computer to learn almost anything... FOR FREE!

Khan Academy dot org (spelled K H A N), is a unique, fun website, where your students can learn almost anything. Did we mention it’s free?

From telling time to simple math, into algebra, trigonometry and calculus, the lessons are on video and give your child easy to understand instructions and practice examples.

Wait... it’s not just for math. It’s science and economics, chemistry, biology, computer science, health and medicine.

Programming basics, computer animation, humanities, civics, history... you name it the Khan Academy teaches it.

They even help get your kids ready for SAT’s and GMATs.

With a library of over 4,000 videos the Khan Academy is on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.

So if you’re in search of answers, go to khanacademy.org and start learning.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.khanacademy.org/

Has this ever happened to you? You go to check something online, but you can’t connect to the more...

Has this ever happened to you? You go to check something online, but you can’t connect to the website, you know like your bank or your favorite online store. Is it your computer or is it the site?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Generally, when you go to a site and can’t connect, you start jumping through the “what’s wrong with my computer” hoops. But what if it’s not your computer?

Believe it or not, web sites go down. They’re not infallible. So how do you know if it’s your computer, or their website?

Check out, Is It Down Right Now dot com, to find out... is it down right now?

Is It Down Right Now, monitors the status of your favorite web sites and checks whether they are down or not.

Check easily with their test tool. Just enter the web address and a new site status test will begins in real time using their website checker tool.

You can quickly see what services are down, by seeing how long ago they were checked, the latest sites checked, and the sites currently down. ??They have an active list of the top websites, but if the site you’re looking for isn’t listed, just type it in.

Pretty soon, you’ll know... is it down right now?

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.isitdownrightnow.com/

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