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New Ransomware Called TFlower Hacks Into Company Networks

Over the last two years, ransomware attacks have become increasingly common against businesses of all shapes and sizes. While the attack vector saw a dip in popularity last year, this year it ...

Your Google Calendar Settings May Be Sharing Your Info

Twelve years ago, Google introduced a new feature to Google Calendar that allowed users to share their calendars with others.  It's a great feature and invaluable in a corporate environment because it ...

Companies Are Losing Billions To Business Email Compromises

The FBI's statistics on BEC (Business Email Compromise) are alarming to say the least.  Over the last twelve months, the law enforcement agency has witnessed a 100 percent increase in the identified ...

Use Caution Traveling, Hackers Now Have Keys To Hotel Rooms

Score one for the good guys, but with hesitation. Unfortunately, in today's fast-moving digital world, even a victory doesn't mean the end of a problem. Recently, a pair of researchers (Tomi ...

Apple Will Officially No Longer Sell Routers

After more than two decades in the business, Apple is officially going to stop selling routers.  The writing has been on the wall for a while now, since the company's "AirPort" ...

Hackers Can Use PDF Files To Access Windows Credentials

Security researcher Assaf Baharav from Check Point Security has discovered a new twist on an old, fairly well-known attack.  He was able to essentially "weaponize" PDFs to steal Windows credentials stored ...

WiFi Sync on iOS Vulnerable To TrustJacking

Owners of Apple devices have a new attack vector to worry about, called "TrustJacking."  Symantec researchers recently stumbled across a pair of scenarios that take advantage of Wi-Fi syncing of various ...

Information On 48 Million People Leaked Through Massive File

File this one away under self-inflicted wounds.  It has recently come to light that a company called LocalBox left a massive data file vulnerable on a cloud server.  The data file ...

New Malware Takes Screenshots and Steals Your Passwords

Recently, a new strain of malware called "SquirtDanger" has been found by researchers at Palo Alto Networks Unit 42, and it's a particularly nasty one for a couple of reasons.  First ...

Are Lasers The Answer To Completely Wireless Computing And Charging?

Researchers at the University of Washington just might change the face of computers and computing forever.  It may seem like the stuff of science fiction, but based on their research, the ...

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