LINKED BY JOHN VOORHEES
Dropbox received a major update a little over two weeks ago. At that time, Dropbox promised Split View support for the iPad in ‘the coming weeks.’ With no indication in the release notes, Dropbox’s most recent update adds Split View support, a feature which will make the app far more useful to many iPad users.
Read more –with link to download updated Dropbox…
The Internal Revenue Service today issued an urgent alert to tax professionals who use IRS e-services to beware of an email asking them to update their accounts and directing them to a fake website.
The subject line for the fraudulent email is “Security Awareness for Tax Professionals.” The “From” line is “Your e-Services Team.” It has both an IRS logo and an e-services logo that hyperlinks to a URL verified as a phishing site. The spoofing site poses as an e-services registration page.
Tax professionals should always go directly to IRS.gov to access e-services, never click on any links provided in emails. Tax professionals who receive a suspicious email should send it as an attachment to Phishing@irs.gov and then delete it. Recipients should not click on any links.
Read more here…