According to abcnews, on March 22, 2018 the city of Atlanta computer network was hit by a Ransomware attack. The attack included the encryption of some city data and caused outages for numerous city applications. In order to prevent from Ransomware attack, on March 23, 2018 Atlanta airport shut down its Wi-Fi network and the systems that provide flight information and security checkpoint wait times on its website. Continue reading Atlanta Airport Wi-Fi finally operating after Cyberattack
An alarming notice to employers and employees! There is an outrageous new phishing scam, affecting most of the employers and employees nationwide, with regard to their payroll service providers and direct deposits, in an attempt to steal your employees’ paychecks. Yes, you read it correctly. These cyber-criminals are going after your employees’ hard-earned income. Continue reading Employee Payroll Direct Deposits are the new targets of a phishing scam
With over 110 million subscribers, Netflix is currently the world’s leading online subscription service for watching TV series and movies on smart TVs, PCs, mobile devices, tablets and more.
So, it’s no wonder Netflix subscribers worldwide were the latest targets of a well-designed phishing scam. Continue reading Netflix News: Users Warned of Phishing Scam
WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) is a security protocol; A popular authentication scheme used to protect personal and enterprise Wi-Fi networks. But, on Monday morning (10/16/2017), a serious weakness was discovered. The security protocol used to protect the majority of Wi-Fi connections was broken, potentially exposing wireless Internet traffic to malicious eavesdroppers and attacks. An attacker within range of a victim can exploit these weaknesses using Key Reinstallation Attacks (KRACKs). Continue reading Protect yourself from Krack Attack: A WPA2 Wi-Fi flaw
Smishing is another “phishing” scam; the only difference is in Phishing, users receive a genuine-looking email that appears to be either from their bank, Internet Service Provider (ISP), favorite store, or other organization. Where as in “Smishing” messages are sent to you via SMS (text message) on your mobile phone.