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Have You Enabled Two Factor Authentication Yet?

Are you still using single factor authentication in your business? If so, you are taking an unnecessary risk. If the only thing standing between the hacking community and your company’s data is ...

Even Large Company Employees Get Hit By Phishing/Whaling Scams

Toy manufacturing giant Mattel was recently the target of a whaling scam that could have been both highly embarrassing and extremely costly, if not for a single stroke of luck. If you’ve ...

Mistypying A Web Address Could Put Malware On Your System

More problems for the Adobe Flash player, and a new type of hacking attack that security experts are referring to as “Typosquatting.” If you’ve not yet heard the term, you’re not alone, ...

Urgent News: US Government Urges Removal of QuickTime for Windows

If you have Apple QuickTime installed on a Windows-based PC, you should uninstall it immediately. In a public statement issued on 4/14/2016, the US-CERT recommends the removal of QuickTime for Windows. Apple ...

Are You Sharing Your Passwords?

The statistics are both shocking and dismaying. Even in the face of innumerable high profile data breaches, people still aren’t serious about personal data security. In fact, a shocking 95% of people ...

Ransomware Continues to Evolve

“What’s old is new again.” The simple truth is that tastes and trends seem to repeat. We’ve seen it countless times in the world of fashion, and now, we’re seeing something similar ...

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. ...

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