Gorilla Glue finds itself in sticky situation after hackers steal data

Posted by - November 23, 2016

  A hacker group known as The Dark Overlord has stolen a variety of business and personal information from Gorilla Glue. They made off with 500 GB of data including personal email accounts, executive and family pictures, and R&D material. This group has attacked other businesses before, demanding large ransoms in return for not posting… Read more »

If I Were Launching an MSP Now

Posted by - November 17, 2016

As published by MSPMentor: Michael Drobnis, president and CEO of Springfield, VA-based OptfinITy, shares three suggestions he’d apply if he were launching an MSP from scratch today. 1. Leverage cloud internally – From the business perspective, utilizing cloud-based PSA tools, RMM tools, virus-monitoring, backups, etc., the cloud is probably the best way with no or… Read more »

How to Keep Your Phone Battery Charged Longer

Posted by - September 15, 2016

  We all hate the fact that our phone batteries run out of juice so quickly. But it’s no wonder they do since we rely on them for more and more of our daily lives, from GPS to entertainment to work emails, and once in a while, a phone call. One thing to keep in… Read more »

Hackers Stole Account Details for Over 60 Million Dropbox Users

Posted by - August 31, 2016

If you have a Dropbox account, be aware that hackers have stolen over 60 million account details from the online cloud storage platform company. Dropbox says it has already forced password resets within the last week, but to be safe, you may want to change your password, if you have not done so recently. According… Read more »

Alert: Acer Breach Compromised Customer Credit Cards

Posted by - August 08, 2016

If you’re an Acer online store user, double check your credit card info and ensure no fraudulent purchases were made. If your information was lifted, you hopefully would have been contacted by Acer as the hack occurred between May 2015 and April of this year. The assumed nature of the breach is perhaps due to… Read more »

KeySniffer Follows the Scent of Cheap Wireless Keyboards

Posted by - August 03, 2016

Do you utilize a wireless keyboard at work or home? Do you type in passwords, credit card information, security answers, or other personal data? Possibly up to two thirds of all lower cost wireless keyboards are prone to hacker attacks. With “KeySniffer”, these hackers can have access to all data that is typed using the… Read more »