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The benefits of having always-connected employees are palpable. However, it is a considerable challenge for corporate security managers, who have to make sure that constant access to company data from any location does not pose a risk to the company. In fact, 92% say they are concerned about the security challenges posed by a growing […]

Cyber-crime gang boasts of bringing down Skype on Twitter If you’ve had problems connecting to Skype recently it could well be the result of the latest attack launched by the ‘CyberTeam’ gang. This group of cyber-criminals have been boasting on Twitter, under the hashtag #SkypeDown, of crashing the Microsoft video chat platform. Skype down by […]

A piece of advice: never keep the default settings on your devices or networks. This should be rule number one when starting up a device or when installing a wifi network in your company. The initial configuration of devices, networks, or software is aimed at usability rather than security, but this trade-off comes at a great […]

Ransomware attacks continue to be popular The recent ransomware attack against the NHS caused millions of pounds worth of damage – and put countless lives at risks when operations and general treatment had to be delayed. Despite the chaos, security experts believe that the criminals behind the attack made just $100,000 in the week after […]

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Short battery life is a known issue for all smartphones There is hardly anything more frustrating than wanting to use your cell phone and not having enough juice in it. Sometimes you can just plug it in the wall and charge it a little bit, but there are also times when you don’t have the […]

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Cybercrime is a very profitable and attractive business. This is a new phase of cyber theft that involves stealing money directly from banks, rather than from their customers, using phishing attacks to infect the computers of bank employees. The million-dollar question is: where are the largest sums of money? They are, without a doubt, in the financial […]

How to build a safe smart home?
June 13, 2017

Building a smart home is not hard at all… Coming home to a pre-heated house, being able always to monitor what is going on at home, knowing that if the emergency alarm sets you will not only get a notification on your cell so you can inform the authorities, but you will have a device […]

Two Tickets as Bait
June 10, 2017

Over the previous weekend, social networks were hit with a wave of posts that falsely claimed that major airlines were giving away tickets for free. Users from all over the world became involved in this: they published posts that mentioned Emirates, Air France, Aeroflot, S7 Airline, Eva Air, Turkish Airlines, Air Asia, Air India, and […]

SambaCry is coming
June 9, 2017

Not long ago, news appeared online of a younger sibling for the sensational vulnerability EternalBlue. The story was about a new vulnerability for *nix-based systems – EternalRed (aka SambaCry). This vulnerability (CVE-2017-7494) relates to all versions of Samba, starting from 3.5.0, which was released in 2010, and was patched only in the latest versions of […]

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