In the growing age of technology, almost all financial, business, and personal relations are handled online. What risk does this put our generation in? Are we at risk at all? The answer is, yes. We are constantly at risk of identity or data theft. More and more, stories are emerging of hackers gaining access to...Discover More
Recent Study at Kaspersky Lab Shows Shocking Results! – Is Your Business Informed on Virtual Server Security Threats?
Virtual servers are becoming an on-going tool in the business enterprise world. They take the place of traditional servers that run only one operating system at a time. Instead, virtual servers contain multiple separate “software containers.” Each separate container runs its own operating system. These software containers are the virtual server. Each of the isolated...Discover More
DoS or denial-of-service attacks are an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users. This can happen unintentionally through a flood of traffic to a website causing a crash, or intentionally through a DoS attack. They are one of the most feared attacks on the Internet as they are the...Discover More
In early 2010, many individuals fell victim to a common scam, wherein hackers disguised themselves as Microsoft support technicians to trick unsuspecting victims into paying a fee to remove malware from their computers. And in the past few weeks, this fake support scam has reappeared with a vengeance! According to Kristen Kliphouse, Microsoft’s Executive of...Discover More
Six advance notifications for Microsoft security bulletins were released this week. Compared to 106 bulletins in 2013, six seems fewer but still enough to keep IT admins on their toes.
Just as everyone was preparing for a Fourth of July barbecue, Microsoft was busy on their end preparing for the release of advance notification for Patch Tuesday next week. Six security bulletins, two Critical, three Important, and one Moderate, were publicized. Compared to 106 bulletins in 2013, six seems fewer but still enough to keep IT...Discover More