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Mac OS X has not been subject to ransomware thus far. Creating such viruses, however, does not pose much of a challenge to white and black hat researchers.
A recently released Symantec report on cyber security estimated that companies with 250 employees or fewer suffered 31% of 2012’s total spear-phishing attacks, almost double the 18% they had to endure in 2011. The figure jumped to 34% in 2014.
Storing data online is becoming an increasingly popular practice, but there are still a variety of ways for online data loss or it can be compromised.
If you use simple passwords you are leaving your business open to cyber attack. Have you considered a password manager?
Unlike the traditional phishing techniques through social media and emails, hackers are now finding new ways to add a bunch of malicious codes to the ecommerce sites and thus bypassing all the sensitive data submitted by customers during checkout process.
While there haven’t been such grave attacks that have affected the entire globe, there have been incidences in the past that have made us realize just how vulnerable we have made ourselves with the increased dependence on the Internet.
You can track incoming, outgoing calls, SMS, IM chats or track the target device with either one of these top 4 mobile phone monitoring apps. These apps are benchmarked against features, compatibility, price and performance.
Learn how to help keep your computer and mobile devices safe from harm and ransomware by using virus protection.
Software piracy, and the theft of intellectual property, actually has a seriously detrimental effect on economic growth and sustainability. In short, that fake copy of Adobe Photoshop that you got for a few dollars on the Web potentially takes money out of everyone’s pockets and costs Americans jobs.