US Government recovers $30M in Stolen Cryptocurrency from North Korean hackers

Hackers stole more than $600 million from Axie Infinity earlier this year. The US government was able to successfully recover around $30 million in stolen cryptocurrency from online video game Axie Infinity in March, according to an announcement from crypto analytics firm Chainalysis on Thursday. The firm said it worked with the FBI and private … Read more →

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

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 … Read more →

Hackers and Smartphone Vulnerabilities

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 … Read more →

Yahoo! Voices Hack Underscores Importance of Security

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, … Read more →

How To Protect your Wireless Network

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 … Read more →

Chinese Hackers Obtained Google’s Password System

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 … Read more →