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Your Server May Be Open To Ransomware Exploits

The hacking community seems to have found another viable business model, this time, in the form of ransomware. Given the success that hackers have been finding with this type of attack lately, ...

“Better History” Google Chrome Extension Might Be Redirecting Your Browser

If you use Google Chrome, you might have the “Better History” extension installed. If you do, and you’ve upgraded it recently, you’ve probably seen a large influx of advertising on your screen. ...

Stayed at a Trump Hotel? Your Information May Be at Risk

You’ve probably heard that last year, Trump Hotels were successfully breached, and an unknown number of customer credit cards compromised. In fact, what makes last year’s breach of Trump Hotels remarkable as ...

Latest iPhone Update Ensures Photos Can’t Be Accessed Without Passcode

Apple reports that it has fixed a security issue you may not have known existed. The problem occurred only with the iPhone 6 and 6s Plus devices, and was specific to images. ...

Is Your Firefox Extension Leaving You Open To Attack?

Browser extensions are in the news lately, and not just for Firefox. Recently, hackers have corrupted several Google Chrome extensions, and are using them to display unwanted ads to unsuspecting users. For ...

Would Your Employees Sell Company Passwords For Less Than $1000?

Your employees are your biggest, most important, most valuable asset. Everybody who knows anything about business understand that. Unfortunately, your biggest asset is also your biggest liability, at least when it comes ...

Email Subject Line Might Help Indicate Potential Hack

Recently, internet security companies have been reporting increasing incidents of large numbers of emails being sent out with strange and distinctive subject lines. Typically they’re crafted as file names, and have image ...

CNBC May Have Your Password and Shared It

Recently, CNBC ran an article on password security. Embedded in the article was a tool they invited readers to use to test the strength and integrity of their passwords. The tool was ...

New USB Thief Trojan is Virtually Undetectable

There’s a new threat lurking just beyond the periphery of your network. It’s called USB Thief, and while it doesn’t quite measure up to the most sophisticated attacks currently making the rounds, ...

Gmail Gets Better With Possible Threat Notifications

It seems that Google never stops innovating and striving to improve the services it offers. Gmail, for instance, recently got some impressive upgrades that build on those rolled out previously, which aims ...

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