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New Miner Installs Adobe Flash

New Miner Installs Adobe Flash

The newest CryptoCurrency Miner is being disguised as an Adobe Flash update.  The most clever aspect of this is that the hackers aren't just installing the miner, they are also updating the Adobe Flash. Previously, hackers have taken us to the Adobe update website but...

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Latest Banking Scam – VERY smart!

Latest Banking Scam – VERY smart!

Coming in the form of a phone call from Wells Fargo.  Hackers spoof their phone to make it look like the phone call is coming from the number on the back of your bank card. They say that there was a fraudulent charge on your account in another state, have you been on...

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Some Android Phones Have Malware Pre-Installed!

Some Android Phones Have Malware Pre-Installed!

While the cost of Android phones goes down so does the quality control.  Recently there was a study showing that the Sound Recorder app that was preinstalled was actually a remote access trojan (RAT)! This was missed before they shipped them to the stores and there...

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Keyloggers As A Service

Keyloggers As A Service

Now even the least computer savvy person can be a hacker!  All they have to do is purchase malware "as a service" and with a few clicks they are in business. The latest "service" being offered is a keylogger, which runs in the background of your computer and records...

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National Alert System Update

National Alert System Update

On Wednesday October 3rd we all got a test from the Wireless Emergency Alert system. In the past these alerts were done on the television but since almost everyone has a cell phone now, the government has decided to use the Wireless Emergency Alert System. The alerts...

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iMessage Bug Was Intentional…?

iMessage Bug Was Intentional…?

Those that upgraded their iPhones to the new iOS 12 have been discovering that the iMessage is now merging their contacts.  However, it doesn't seem to be working correctly. It seems that all messages from one Apple ID are being merged, regardless of who uses the ID. ...

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Skype Classic Support Ends November 1st!

Skype Classic Support Ends November 1st!

Microsoft had planned to stop support for Skype Classic on September 1st but delayed the launch due to complaints by consumers.  They have since revealed that they will be stopping all support for Skype Versions 7 and below on November 1st. If you use any of those...

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Spoofing Emails on the Rise

Spoofing Emails on the Rise

Hackers have an arsenal of tricks and are constantly changing in order to find the best ways to get to your information. Lately, more hackers have started using spoofing emails as a way to get to you. What is spoofing? This is when they take an email address that you...

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Tech Support Scams

Tech Support Scams

By advertising their services on search engines like Google, hackers seem look like a legitimate company and many people contact them thinking that.  At the end of August, Google banned many companies that they believe to be scams, making the hackers have to switch to...

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Latest Facebook Debacle!

Latest Facebook Debacle!

On Friday, September 28th Facebook announced that that 50 million users may have been affected by their "View As" feature which has been exploited.  For those of you who aren't familiar with this feature, it allows you to see your account as others would. Hackers have...

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