WiFi Security Vulnerability Discovered

A researcher in Belgium, Mathy Vanhoef, has discovered a new security flaw which can affect your Wi-Fi connection. The issue comes from a weakness in the wireless security protocol WPA2, and can potentially expose wireless internet traffic to eavesdroppers and attacks. According to Vanhoef’s report, “Attackers ...
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What the Equifax Hack Can Teach You About Network Security

As I’m sure you have heard, Equifax, a credit reporting bureau, had its system hacked. Unfortunately, hackers got a hold of over 143 million Americans information, including credit card and social security numbers, as well as phone numbers, addresses, names, birth dates and driver’s license numbers. ...
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‘Locky’ Ransomware is Back Again

Ransomware ‘Locky’ first appeared in 2016 and made its resurgence on August 9th, with 62,000 phishing emails related to it. The new Locky variant is powered by more than 11,000 distinct IP addresses in 133 different countries, making it difficult to pinpoint who is exactly powering ...
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Office 2016 vs. Office 365: Which is better for your business?

Deciding which version of Microsoft Office to use for your company’s computers may be challenging, especially since Office 365 and Office 2016 come with just about the same applications. But, there are distinctions between the two that may help you choose the best program for your ...
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Ad Blocker is Coming to Chrome

  Pop-up ads and videos can easily turn people away from a website. Google knows this and has come up with a solution set to launch early next year. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about Chrome’s ad blocker. What is it? ...
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WiFi Security Vulnerability Discovered

A researcher in Belgium, Mathy Vanhoef, has discovered a new security flaw which can affect your Wi-Fi connection. The issue comes from a weakness in the wireless security protocol WPA2, and can potentially expose wireless internet traffic to eavesdroppers and attacks. According to Vanhoef’s report, “Attackers ...

What the Equifax Hack Can Teach You About Network Security

As I’m sure you have heard, Equifax, a credit reporting bureau, had its system hacked. Unfortunately, hackers got a hold of over 143 million Americans information, including credit card and social security numbers, as well as phone numbers, addresses, names, birth dates and driver’s license numbers. ...

‘Locky’ Ransomware is Back Again

Ransomware ‘Locky’ first appeared in 2016 and made its resurgence on August 9th, with 62,000 phishing emails related to it. The new Locky variant is powered by more than 11,000 distinct IP addresses in 133 different countries, making it difficult to pinpoint who is exactly powering ...

Office 2016 vs. Office 365: Which is better for your business?

Deciding which version of Microsoft Office to use for your company’s computers may be challenging, especially since Office 365 and Office 2016 come with just about the same applications. But, there are distinctions between the two that may help you choose the best program for your ...

Ad Blocker is Coming to Chrome

  Pop-up ads and videos can easily turn people away from a website. Google knows this and has come up with a solution set to launch early next year. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about Chrome’s ad blocker. What is it? ...


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