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Hacker Releases Source Code Online, Banking May Come Under Attack

If you haven’t heard of the Trojan called “Nuclear Bot,” you probably will have the dubious honor of seeing it in action soon. Its author just released the source code on the ...

Attack On Health Firm Speaks To Real Threat For Everyone

On March 22, Urology Austin became the second medical company to suffer from a major breach. It was a particularly nasty one, combining data theft with a ransomware attack that impacted more ...

Network Password Security May Be Getting Overlooked

Today’s corporate networks look so different from the networks of yesteryear that they’re almost not even comparable any more. In olden times, when the personal computer was a relatively new invention and ...

LastPass Vulnerability May Have Exposed Passwords On Certain Browsers

Tavis Ormandy is either the first, or the last person on the planet you ever want to get an email from, depending on your point of view. As Google’s best, most prolific ...

Bot Activity Is Running Rampant On The Internet

Just how bad it bot activity on the net? How much traffic is generated by bots, and how big of a problem is that for business owners? The answers will surprise and ...

Say Goodbye To Windows Vista Security Updates

Just a friendly reminder: if you still have a system running Windows Vista, time is running out to upgrade. Windows has announced the official EOL (End of Life) date for the OS ...

Ransomware Attackers Are Setting Their Sights On Small Businesses

Do you think your business is safe from a ransomware attack? It isn’t. This was indeed the case that when ransomware first burst onto the scene. Hackers were targeting very large institutions, ...

Popular Browser Toolbar May Contain Malware

Ask.com is one of the internet’s oldest properties. It is not as well-known as the titans of the web (Google, Yahoo, etc.) but almost everyone who has spent any time at all ...

Google’s Updated reCAPTCHA Service May Require No Clicking

Nobody likes CAPTCHAs. They’re annoying. They slow you down when you’re trying to log into a site that has data you need. Unfortunately, CAPTCHAs themselves proved necessary to help weed out bots ...

Employee Wiring Money Scams Are On The Rise At Companies

If you’re a business owner, and you haven’t yet heard of BEC scams, it’s a term you owe it to yourself to get familiar with. The acronym stands for Business Email Compromise, ...