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Fileless attacks surge in 2017, security solutions are not stopping them

By 2018, they are expected to account for 35 percent of all cyberattacks.

Fileless attacks are on the rise and are predicted to comprise 35 percent of all attacks next year, according to the Ponemon Institute… 571 more words

New Ransomware DoubleLocker Targets Android Phones

Cyber criminals have once again launched a ransomware attack on android based phones. Look out for a compromised Adobe Flash Player app going around that actually contains DoubleLocker. 286 more words

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More than 150 Websites of Trump got Hacked

The Trump Organization dismissed the domain names were ever Hacked. But a review of internet credentials by the AP and cybersecurity specialists shows otherwise. And it was not until this past week, after the Trump tents were asked about it by the AP, that the last of the tampered-with directions were repaired. 334 more words

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How Prepared Are You?

As part of Resilience Week people across Scotland are being encouraged to think about their readiness for a range of emergencies – from severe weather to travel disruption, from keeping warm to keeping safe online. 192 more words

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Report Shows the Complex Way Russian Hackers Went After Hillary Clinton and the Democrats

(WASHINGTON) — It was just before noon in Moscow on March 10, 2016, when the first volley of malicious messages hit the Hillary Clinton campaign. 2,452 more words

Internet Security: How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure

Learn to protect yourself online for FREE

Because security should never cost you anything

For the average home computer users only

I would like to give back by using my profession to create 15 to 20 short tutorials on how to secure a home computer for the average user. 319 more words


Mobile Banking Apps are the Latest Target for Cyber Criminals

Interpol and the United States’ FBI have been fighting against the rising problem of cyber crime and the criminals behind it. West Africa seems to be a hot spot for these criminals according to Interpol and the FBI. 284 more words

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