How can businesses avoid falling victim to “man-in-the-middle” cyber attacks?

February 19, 2021
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Imagine if you were to send a letter that, on its way to its intended recipient, was intercepted by someone else – who then read it before repackaging it and sending it to the person who was actually meant to receive it. Neither you nor that person could be any the wiser about the interception.  […]

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How Hackers Target Your Wi-Fi and How it can affect your Business

December 15, 2020
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The USA Computer Emergency Readiness Team released an notice pertaining to vulnerabilities of WPA2 networks on October 16, 2017. This is also referred to as Wi-Fi Protected Access II. This news will affect all companies on perhaps every scale.  Nevertheless, with the ideal education, learning and safety measures, your IT solutions team will help you […]

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7 ways to secure your cPanel from hackers (Part 2)

October 22, 2018

In our last article we read about some of the vital ways to protect your cPanel against sharp hackers. In this concluding part we will know about a few other ways to strengthen the security of your cPanel. The best thing is that you don’t need extensive technical knowledge for the same. Besides, we have […]

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66% Of Businesses Don’t Recover From Hacking – How To Be Part Of The 33%

February 14, 2018

Two-thirds of businesses around the world are not only hacked but never recover according to a study. Modern day companies have to put up with the fact that thieves can steal information at the click of a button. Cybersecurity affects the whole of the business and every single member of the team must understand and […]

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Hackers and Smartphone Vulnerabilities

June 14, 2017

Because of flaws and vulnerabilities found in software, your smartphone is very susceptible to attacks from hackers. Unknowingly, you can download a seemingly harmless app and bring about malware, spyware, or viruses to your Android device. The most recent malware campaign that occurred, called Judy malware, was hidden amongst  roughly 40 apps found in the […]

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Two Innovative Ways Which Will Hack Your PC

August 28, 2012

More than 80 million people in America use E-mails to connect with a lot of people across the globe and another 100 million surf the web to find different information and interact with the web. Although the number of online user is so high, only a few are able to protect their computer from major […]

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Yahoo! Voices Hack Underscores Importance of Security

July 25, 2012

Troubled Internet company Yahoo! has another problem to deal with. On Thursday, it confirmed that Yahoo! Voices had 450,000 user passwords and email addresses stolen from its database. Surprisingly, every password had been stored in plaintext or unencrypted, so that anyone could read them. And it wasn’t only email addresses that were compromised. Gmail, Hotmail, […]

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Cybercriminals Attacking Critical Infrastructure

July 12, 2012

Hi-tech attacks can really unplug this economy. Forget about the gas prices soaring and food prices spiking because the new threat to the economy is now emerging. The problem Hackers are now attacking vital American industries that are growing quick. That includes cyber attacks on oil and gas facilities, power plants or water supply. And […]

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How To Protect your Wireless Network

January 25, 2012

The popularity of wireless networks has increased ever since its introduction. Through the years, it has been widely adapted in homes and businesses. But at the same time, they have introduced new security problems due to its nature of transmission of Radio Frequency (RF) because what is transmitted via radio frequency can be intercepted. The popularity of wireless technology has been […]

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Chinese Hackers Obtained Google’s Password System

April 21, 2010

According to New York Times, the Chinese Hackers you might have read about, is said to have obtained access to one of the more important parts of Google – their password system which controls access for million of users, to all Google’s services, including Gmail and Google Apps. The system is called “Gaia” and has […]

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