Reminder – There are no 2nd Friday “General Meetings” for the vacation months of July and August. The other meetings will continue to meet at their regular times and locations.

Android SIG
Oak Park Library
9500 Bluejacket St
Overland Park, KS
Approx. one block W of Hwy 69 & 95th St.


Wednesday, July 24, 2019, 2:30-4:00 pm
Large Meeting Room

Bring your devices, your questions, and your friends to help us all learn more about our Android phones and tablets. If you have any questions that you want me to answer at the meeting, please send them to me and/or bring them on Wednesday. Sometimes I can have better answers if I know the questions in advance.
Looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday,
Bob Bowser,

Visitors Always Welcome

Pegah’s Family Restaurant
12122 W 87th Street
Lenexa, KS 66215
2nd block W of Quivira Rd, N side


Friday, July 26, 2019 at 11:30 am

Demo for July:

What is Account Hijacking?
“What to Do if Your Account is Hijacked and How to Prevent It.”

Computer Device Trouble?
Bring your Questions

This is a social gathering, with casual computer talk and generally good times. You can join in the conversation or just come listen. Everyone learns something!

Visitors Always Welcome

“BlueKeep” is a serious vulnerability affecting Windows 7 and older versions of the Windows operating system. Although it has been referenced extensively on our Security Alerts and Updates page, starting on May 14, 2019, more visibility is warranted. Here is a link to the National Security Agency’s advisory:
New “BlueKeep” info. as it becomes available:
6/17  U.S. Govt achieves BlueKeep remote code execution, issues alert.
6/21  BlueKeep warnings boost patching in enterprise networks.
7/01  BlueKeep PoC demonstrates risk of remote desktop exploit.
7/18  Still no sign of BlueKeep in the wild.

Considerations for Changing Your Email Address
by @jknauth
Published June 26, 2019 – rev 1.0

Have a Plan – Keep Good Records – Start Early – Don’t Rush!
Changing your main email address can be a time-consuming and frustrating process, but may be necessary. For example, it might be required if you switch to a different network. Below is some of what I encountered when I finally changed my address. Hopefully this may help you avoid some surprises.  Continue reading →


SenCom is a Kansas not-for-profit corporation that is run by volunteers. There are several ways to help out, some of them require little or no technical expertise. If you would like to inquire about ways to volunteer, call or email our president:
Bob Bowser, (785) 608-4904,

SenCom gratefully acknowledges the
following organizations for their support:

Google Fiber

City of Shawnee,
Parks & Recreation Department

Johnson County Library:
Central Resource, Oak Park


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