Archive for January, 2022

New Remote Access Trojan Virus Hides In Windows Registry

There's a new malware strain you should make sure your IT staff is aware of.  Called the Dark Watchman, it is a well-designed and highly capable RAT (Remote Access Trojan) paired with ...

Hackers Are Using Big Brand Surveys To Scam Victims

Surveys have long been a playground of hackers and scammers. That's true at any time of the year but it's especially true around the Holidays when such scams seem to attract even ...

New Ransomware Named AvosLocker Uses Multiple Tricks In Attacks

There's a new strain of ransomware to be concerned about in the form of AvosLocker. This is from security firm Sophos who warns that the new strain of human-operated ransomware is one ...

Update Your All In One SEO Plugin For Security Patch

Do you own and operate a WordPress website?  Do you also use the "All in One" SEO plugin? If you answered yes to both of those questions, then be aware that you'll ...

Reasons The Log4j Java Library Security Issue Is Concerning

Haven't heard of Log4j before right now? If not, you're certainly not alone but unfortunately it's something you're likely to hear more about in the weeks ahead. It may wind up being ...

Some Lenovo Laptops Have Admin Level Security Vulnerability

Do you own a Lenovo Yoga or ThinkPad laptop?  If so be advised that a pair of critical security flaws have recently been found that could allow an attacker Admin level access ...

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Beware of Remote Desktop Protocol Attacks

Beware of Remote Desktop Protocol Attacks

In 2023, hackers used remote desktop protocol to orchestrate 9 out of 10 cyberattacks. How does this affect you as...
Microsoft 365 Update Could Improve Business Productivity

Microsoft 365 Update Could Improve Business Productivity

What if you could seamlessly boost productivity in all aspects of your business? Microsoft 365 admins make that dream a...
Hackers Can Now Steal Face Scans

Hackers Can Now Steal Face Scans

Biometric authentication factors like facial recognition scans are no longer iron-clad cybersecurity measures. Emerging technology allows hackers to steal face...

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