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People were Paying Ransomware Attackers In Large Numbers In 2020

January 07, 2021

Hackers increasingly gravitated to ransomware attacks during 2020 as one of the best and most reliable paths to a payday. That brings to mind an interesting question though. Naturally, the viability of this type of attack comes down to what percentag

New Month, New Year — Time For New Passwords!

December 15, 2020

If you’re like most people, you groan when it’s time to change your passwords. Cybersecurity experts agree we should all be changing our passwords every 1-3 months.

A Scary New Threat To Your Network’s Security

December 06, 2020

More people are working remotely than ever before. Many businesses had to make a huge shift in 2020. At the same time, cybercriminals used the shift to attack as many people as possible.

Stop Recurring Problems

December 06, 2020

Some of the biggest challenges with companies today are “RECURRING PROBLEMS.” I’m talking about situations, hassles and mistakes that happen over and over again and never get resolved.

Finally Shed The Old This Year – It’s Costing You Much More Than You Think

December 06, 2020

When was the last time you updated your technology? Between your hardware and software, if you are still doing business on older technology, you could be putting yourself at risk, and it could end up costing you big. As we begin a new year...

Discord Being Used By Hacker To Distribute Malware

December 02, 2020

Recently, hackers have been seen using a malware strain called 'TroubleGrabber' on a wide range of Discord servers.

Latest Version Of Chrome Is Faster And More Secure

December 02, 2020

It adds a raft of performance improvements that will increase your overall browsing speed, in addition to offering some new security features.

Flash Player Will No Longer Work On Firefox In January

December 02, 2020

On January 26, 2021, when Mozilla releases Firefox 85, the option to re-enable Adobe's Flash Player will be gone, effectively eliminating Flash on the browser. Firefox is the latest in a string of browsers to have made the same move.

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