Sonicwall routers are not susceptible to latest vulnerabilities

Posted by - January 06, 2018

As a Sonicwall partner, we were pleased to find out that Sonicwall routers were not susceptible to the latest vulnerabilities per their release shown below. On Jan. 3, two processor vulnerabilities, known as Spectre and Meltdown, were published by Google’s Project Zero security team. Variants of this issue are known to affect many modern processors,… Read more »

Why You Should Archive Email

Posted by - August 28, 2017

If you’re using a standard email provider like Google or Yahoo, and you delete an email, after a few days your email is gone forever. This is, of course, unless you’ve saved it in a separate folder or archived it. While this may suit your personal needs, there are many reasons why you, as a… Read more »

Is your bank account ready for the next big attack from an email?

Posted by - July 03, 2017

Most of these very expensive ransomware attacks start out as a simple email, on which an employee at an office may have clicked. Perhaps it said resume, tracking number, or something else that seemed harmless; then, before anyone realizes it, they can’t open any company files, their server stops working, and their office comes to… Read more »

How a Single Email Stole $1.9 Million from Southern Oregon University

Posted by - June 15, 2017

If you’re wondering why hackers are more prolific now than ever before, perhaps it’s because corporations paid out over $3 billion to fraudsters last year. This year, Southern Oregon University is just the latest victim adding to that rising total by succumbing to a business email compromise (BEC) attack; one of 78 to be exact…. Read more »

New ‘Judy’ malware on Android may have infected 36 million devices

Posted by - May 30, 2017

  There’s a new malware loose on the streets and this time its attacking Android phones.  Its nicknamed “Judy” and currently has infected upwards of 36.5 million devices.  This malware has made its way onto so many devices through, now defunct, apps in the Google Play Store. Luckily, the current malware is relatively benign in… Read more »

Google Created an AI That Can Learn Almost as Fast as a Human

Posted by - March 29, 2017

  We have been dealing with artificial intelligence in our lives well before we first started playing against the computer on our gaming consoles.  While there are now countless ways AI has integrated into our daily lives, the system’s learning abilities have been ten times slower than human’s.  But now Google has developed an AI… Read more »

Why it’s a good idea to clear your browser history and cookies

Posted by - March 28, 2017

  A website cookie is a file that helps websites identify who you are and whether you have been to a website before.  This is useful for remembering your preferences or items you may have ordered, making your website experience a better one.  The problem occurs when hackers can manipulate this data, as evidenced in… Read more »