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Archive for October, 2018

IP Spoofing Attacks Show Significant Increase

Gaming and Gambling are huge industries with a truly global footprint.  It's no surprise then, that these industries have become an increasingly popular target for hackers. Interestingly, according to the latest report ...

Some iOS Users Report Call Issues After Latest Update

This hasn't been a great month for two of the titans of tech.  Both Apple and Microsoft have been plagued with bug-riddled updates to their operating systems.  In Apple's case, their new ...

Being Ready for a Corporate Crisis

Imagine you’re a top executive at a company hit by a major crisis within the last 72 hours. First, and most importantly, there may have been serious damage to the community ...

Another Data Breach, This Time At The Pentagon

As many as 30,000 people made up of a mix of both civilian and military personnel have had their personal and financial information exposed. This exposure is what has been reported as ...

New Windows 10 Update Pulled For Unintended Data Deletion 

Microsoft is having problems, and those problems are spilling out onto the company's massive user base.  In a highly unusual move, the company pulled its latest Windows 10 update after receiving numerous ...

Newest WiFi Version Will Be Called WiFi 6

Most people don't know what the latest version of WiFi is called. That's the fault of the Wi-Fi Alliance, the group that manages the implementation of WiFi. Since their earliest days, the ...

Spectre Security Built Into New Intel Chip Hardware

By now, almost everyone has heard of the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws that have been making headlines for more than a year.  They're serious flaws with dire implications for tens of ...

Major Facebook Breach May Have Affected Your Account 

Facebook got hit hard by a currently unknown group of hackers.  If you recently found yourself inexplicably logged out of the social media site, Facebook did it in response to the breach. ...

Apple Update Fixes A Number Of Issues with iOS12

The new iOS 12 was released just three weeks ago, but security flaws have already been discovered. Some of them are quite serious. This event prompted Apple to release the first update ...

Apple IOS12 Users’ Photos And Contacts May Be Vulnerable

Jose Rodriguez, a Spanish Apple enthusiast, has discovered a new security flaw to be aware of. He posted a Proof of Concept video showing the exploit in action.  We'll say upfront that ...

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Password Manager Malware Tricks Users Into Revealing Their Passwords

Password Manager Malware Tricks Users Into Revealing Their Passwords

There's a new threat making the rounds called 'Metamorfo' that you should be aware of. The malware began its life[...]
Financial Organizations Beware Of Documents Asking To Enable Content

Financial Organizations Beware Of Documents Asking To Enable Content

If you work in the financial sector, be advised that there's a large scale botnet-driven malware campaign underway. It has[...]
New Malware Uses This Year’s Top Movies To Get Clicks

New Malware Uses This Year’s Top Movies To Get Clicks

It's easy to get caught up in the hype of popular movies. Hackers know this and are beginning to incorporate[...]

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