Prevent iPad From Automatically Connecting to a Guest or a Foreign Wireless Network

If your office has multiple wireless networks – a “business” network that connects to your main network, and a “guest” network that provides wireless Internet access to your patients – you may have noticed that iPad  may randomly jump from your “business” network to your “guest” network. If you are running YAPI you will get an error message “Request times out”,  “Unable to locate YAPI Service”, or a similar message. Continue reading

AVG Free May Prevent Patient’s Documents From Being Accessed in YAPI

Currently, there were two reports that AVG Free Edition may prevent YAPI to display and process signed documents. AVG shows Found Luhe.Exploit.PDF.H error preventing YAPI to access PDF document; YAPI consequently  shows error E077.   We were able to upload a PDF file to to prove false positive. Here is full report. Moreover, we haven’t seen this problem when running on computers protected by other than AVG anti-virus software.

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VirusTotal, a subsidiary of Google, is a free online service that analyzes files and URLs enabling the identification of viruses, worms, trojans and other kinds of malicious content detected by antivirus engines and website scanners. At the same time, it may be used as a means to detect false positives, i.e. innocuous resources detected as malicious by one or more scanners.

How to Clean and Disinfect iPad Screen

The  downside of touch interface is that the iPad screen gets covered with finger prints, oil smudges, and germs. Apple doesn’t recommend using window cleaners, household cleaners, alcohol or aerosol sprays to clean iPad screen. The iPad screen is coated with a oleophobic coating that helps make the screen fingerprint proof. Using the household cleaning cleaning products may damage the coating and increase the number of fingerprints on the glass.

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