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    FBI warns of North Korean Password-Stealing Tools Brambul and Joanap

    Your passwords can be the gateway to your company’s data. Hackers understand this, it’s why they deploy password-stealing tools to harvest this information. The FBI, along with the Department of Homeland Security announced North Korean hackers are using a remote access tool called Joanap, and a Server Message Blockwork called Brambul to target companies in […]

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    Hacking Prevention Tips: Ways to Protect Your Device from Hackers

    Hacking Prevention Tips: Ways to Protect Your Device from Hackers

    Because many of us have some aspects of our lives online such as social media, work, banking, and more-your information becomes even more important to protect. Think of what a hacker could do if they have access to your phone for instance. So, with this in mind, here are some hacking prevention tips to make […]

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    New SynAck Ransomware Variant Uses Doppelganging Process

    New SynAck Ransomware Variant Uses Doppelganging Process

    Some malware variants are becoming smarter and harder to stop. Kaspersky Lab discovered a new version of the SynAttack, which uses Process Doppelganging to evade malware tools, according to a report by Dark Reading. How Does SynAck Ransomware Work? Lead malware analyst for Kaspersky Lab, Anton Ivanov told Dark Reading, “Enterprises should be aware that […]

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    Mobile Banking Security: Banks Apps Are the Most Vulnerable to Hacking

    Mobile Banking Security: Banks Apps Are the Most Vulnerable to Hacking

    Banking apps provide you with a wealth of convenient features. You can check your balance whenever you want to avoid those pesky overdraft fees; you can deposit checks and some apps even allow you to send money to friends on the go. The problem is there are vulnerabilities in mobile banking security. The security firm […]

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    How to stay safe from Ransomware attacks in 2018

    If you’re wondering what a ransomware is, it is any malicious program that holds on to your data using encryption for a ransom. The effects of an attack from such a software or program on your business or personal data can be costly. You should read on if you’re interested in knowing how to stay […]

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    HC6 Ransomware decryption: All you need to know about this malware

    The HC6 Ransomware was recently discovered and typically requires victims to pay ransoms of up to $2500 before their files can be decrypted. It is commonly called the .fucku ransomware or virus because it renames files to end with the .fucku extension after a system is infected and files are encrypted. This malware was first […]

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    Public Cloud Storage: The Pros and Cons

    Public Cloud Storage Information remains invaluable since the dawn of time. As time progresses and new internet technologies are created, the need to access information has never been as paramount as it is right now. That is why advances in storage solutions are such a huge thing. Even though our hard drives and storage media […]

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    6 Ways You’re Melting Your Hard Drive

    Every hard drive will eventually die given enough time, but just like with people, many go before their time. One of the most common ways hard drives die prematurely is that the device they’re inside of suffers from overheating. Here’s a list of the most common ways people cut the life of their hard drive, […]

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