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ISO Files Are Being Used To Deliver Malware

Researchers at Trustwave have observed a notable increase in the use of .ISO files to deliver malware. Hackers have relied on poisoned disk image files for years to deliver malware […]

Message Recall Feature May Be Added To Office 365

For a while now, Microsoft Outlook users have enjoyed a highly popular addition to their email service. In a nutshell, it allows them to recall messages that have been sent […]

Kids Can Bypass Communication Limit Feature On iOS 13.3

If you have children that own Apple devices, be aware that the latest update for iOS 13.3 included a feature called Communications Limits. It is designed to allow parents to […]

Windows 10 Update Caused Issues With File Explorer

Have you already installed Windows 10, build 1909? If so, then you've probably noticed that the latest build update introduced a few bugs to Windows File Explorer. After installing the […]

Citrix Applications Need Patch To Address Vulnerability

Researchers at Positive Technologies recently discovered a serious vulnerability in Citrix Enterprise products that threatens the security of more than 80,000 companies in 158 countries around the world. The issue […]

FBI Sheds New Light On Ransomware Tactics

According to a recent FBI alert marked "TLP: AMBER," businesses should be on high alert for ransomware attacks. The alert reads, in part, as follows: "Since January 2019, LockerGoga ransomware […]

Data Breaches Continue With Three New High Profile Cases

As 2019 draws to a close, we can say definitively that the year has been another record-breaking one where data breaches are concerned. Hackers around the world have been busy […]

Cashless Shopping Could Get Easier In the Future

For decades, futurists have been promising a cashless society and all the convenience that comes with it. So far though, the technology we have available hasn't lived up to the […]

Apply Security Update To Protect Against Nvidia Vulnerability

Have you downloaded the NVIDIA GeForce Experience (GFE) app? It's a helper app designed to work in tandem with GeForce GTX graphics cards. It is designed to automate the process […]

The End Of Windows 7 Support Is Almost Here

Do you still have a few machines in your company that are running Windows 7? If so, be aware that Microsoft is formally ending Windows 7 support in a matter […]

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