Archive for November, 2019

Twitter Making Changes To Their Political Ad Rules

Social media has been at the center of several high-profile political dramas of late. The major platforms came under fire for not doing enough to monitor political ads and other content.  The ...

New Ransomware Targets Removable And Attached Drives

There's a new and unusual ransomware strain making the rounds that you should be aware of. Called 'AnteFrigus,' it is primarily distributed via 'malvertising' that redirects users to the RIG exploit kit. ...

Microsoft Cortana App Getting Dropped From Many Countries

It appears that Microsoft is getting rid of their Cortana App in several countries due to security concerns. The question is whether the United States will be next. Recently, the following notice ...

Hackers Are Already Targeting Disney Plus Accounts

In case you weren't already aware, Disney recently launched a new video streaming service called Disney+ which has been driving Netflix and other established streaming services crazy with fear and apprehension since ...

Google Fixed The White Screen Issue On Chrome

Google recently found itself in hot water with corporate IT administrators for rolling out a feature designed to help prolong battery life. The new feature accomplished its mission, but it had an ...

Android Devices Using Qualcomm Chips Can Be Hacked

Do you have an Android device?  Is it built around a Qualcomm chipset? If so, be advised that you may be at risk. According to a report recently published by security firm ...

Public Chargers Can Expose Your Device To Hacking And Malware

On paper, it seems like a lovely idea to use a public charger. Airports, hotels, and other high traffic areas have begun to increasingly offer public USB power charging stations to give ...

Hackers Are Imitating Government Agencies To Spread Malware

Researchers at Proofpoint have found evidence of a new threat actor who has been sending out convincing looking emails. They are claiming to come from several government agencies. These include the Italian ...

Another WhatsApp Vulnerability Has Been Found

WhatsApp is the most popular messaging platform in the world. Unfortunately, that means it's got a giant bullseye on it where hackers are concerned. In recent months, the company has faced no ...

Windows Bug Found To Cause Slow Startup

  Microsoft recently published an important new support document relating to several Windows versions.     The document reads, in part, as follows: "After you configure a Windows-based computer to use ...

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Using Technology to Enhance Customer Loyalty Programs

Using Technology to Enhance Customer Loyalty Programs

How connected is your business? Have you gone so far as to implement the latest technology into your point of...
Zoom Introduces Post-Quantum End-to-End Encryption

Zoom Introduces Post-Quantum End-to-End Encryption

Zoom Introduces Post-Quantum End-to-End Encryption The security features of Zoom are getting a big boost. Post-quantum end-to-end encryption (E2EE) is now...
Building a Mobile App for Your Business: Is It Worth It?

Building a Mobile App for Your Business: Is It Worth It?

Some business owners obsess over the Google algorithm, appeasing it with keywords, clear and concise website layouts, and more. These...

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