Archive for April, 2020

Tech Tip # 32: Digital Resources to Help You Keep Your Sanity

So, COVID-19 is here, and it doesn’t appear that it will be going away anytime soon. Millions of us now find ourselves ...

iOS Update Includes iPhone And iPad Features And Fixes

If you don't normally prioritize updating your iPhone and iPad OS, you're probably going to want to shift gears and grab version 13.4 as soon as possible. The latest versions of both ...

Employees Working From Home Turn To VPN During COVID

It's no secret that the global pandemic we're all living through has changed a great many things about both work and home life. For one thing, work and home life are often ...

Cybercriminals Are Counting On You Letting Your Guard Down During This Global Pandemic – Here’s How To Stop Them

The world is slowing down during this COVID-19 pandemic. Wall Street is being hit hard. People are no longer going out. We’re told to ...

Be On The Lookout As Astaroth Malware Makes A Comeback

Are you familiar with Astaroth? If you're a data security professional, you've probably at least heard the name. The group gained some notoriety last year when it came to light that they ...

Apple Update Blocks Safari Third Party Cookies By Default

In May of 2019, a Google blog post encouraged all web browsers to adopt the approach of blocking third-party cookies by default. Google announced their own plans to do so, outlining a ...

Windows 10 Announces One Billion Active Devices

Windows 10 is on a lot of devices around the world. In part, that's because it's a significantly better and more modern operating system than its predecessors. In addition, it's partly because ...

Computers Might Be Able To Smell In The Near Future

Word has recently leaked out about an interesting project that's ongoing at Intel's research labs. The company has apparently built an algorithm that mirrors the brain's activity to detect and identify smells. ...

Tech Tip # 31: Troubleshooting Teams

As we continue to practice social distancing, more and more of our meetings are done via virtual presence platforms, like video conferencing with Microsoft ...

Financial Institution Worker Put User Information At Risk

Noam Rotem, a researcher for vpnMentor, recently made a startling discovery. A database connected to a now defunct app called MCA Wizard was found unsecured on the web. It contained a staggering ...

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Major Security Issues Found With Popular Android App

Major Security Issues Found With Popular Android App

Do you use the app "ShareIt?" It's one of the most popular apps in the ecosystem, boasting more than a billion[...]
Apple M1 Macs Are Not Immune To Malware

Apple M1 Macs Are Not Immune To Malware

Patrick Wardle is a legend in the Apple ecosystem, and one of the best independent security researchers out there. Not long[...]
Update Available To Fix Windows 10 Crashing Issue

Update Available To Fix Windows 10 Crashing Issue

Back in the early days of Windows, the OS didn't have a very good reputation. The dreaded Blue Screen of[...]

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