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Scammers Now Use Google Ads To Steal Information

There's a new scam afoot that involves using Google Ads. We're frankly surprised that it's working, but apparently, it's drawing some unsuspecting customers in. It ...

Email Providers Found To Have Signature Vulnerabilities

A team of security researchers have uncovered a serious flaw in several major email clients you need to be aware of. The flaw allows hackers to fake verified signatures, which gives their ...

Android Wifi Hotspot App Leaks Network Passwords And Information

Do you use an Android App called 'WiFi Finder'?  If so, be advised that your network password has likely been exposed, based on research conducted by Sanyam Jain, of the GDI Foundation. ...

Popular Fitness Site Endures A Customer Information Breach 

Do you frequent the website bodybuilding.com? If so, be advised that the site has been breached. According to a recent statement by the company behind the site, the breach occurred in February, ...

Password Policies Getting Update From Microsoft

Industry experts have been predicting the death of the humble password for decades.  To date, those predictions have amounted to nothing. Passwords are still with us, and still serve as the cornerstone ...

Windows Update May Fail With External Storage Devices

Microsoft recently issued an important support document that your IT staff needs to be aware of. In part, their notice reads as follows: "Inappropriate drive reassignment can occur on eligible computers that ...

Microsoft Is Keeping Paint Program For Now

Back in July 2017, Microsoft created a bit of an uproar when they released a build of Windows 10 that promoted their new Paint 3D app. Paired with the new arrival was ...

Persistent Banking Trojan Virus Launches New Phishing Scam

The venerable banking Trojan known as Q-bot is back in the news, having recently been spotted in the wild as part of a sophisticated new phishing campaign designed to claim a new ...

Should You Allow BYOD?

The rapid proliferation of mobile devices entering the workplace appears to be like divine intervention to many business ...

Macs Get More Protection Against Viruses With Update

Apple recently made an update to their XProtect antivirus software, which is the company's built-in means of protecting Macs from virus threats. Patrick Wardle is one of the best-known Mac security experts. According ...

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