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New Malware Appears To Be Android App For Free Netflix

If you have an Android device and you're something of an app fanatic, you may have been tempted by an app called FlixOnline, which was available on the Google Play Store for a time. The app's description promises a free trial subscription to Netflix, which naturally...

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Details On Massive Facebook Data Leak Hack

As you're probably aware, recently a vast trove of Facebook profiles totaling 533 million in all, wound up on a hacker forum. The company was initially silent about the issue, but the company has now released a statement about the matter. Unfortunately, that statement...

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Firmware Attacks May Be The Next Big Security Issue

Most businesses are getting better at guarding against malware attacks. We still hear about successful attacks far too often, but companies are undeniably getting better at defending against them. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of firmware attacks, which are...

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Windows 10 Updates Could Be Causing Printing Issues For Some

Last year, Microsoft seemed to struggle for a time with its monthly Windows 10 updates. We were treated to a whole series of updates that caused as many issues as they were designed to solve. Some updates led to more than a few "Blue Screen of Death" crashes and howls...

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What Businesses Can Do To Minimize Phishing Emails

If you had to guess, worldwide, how many phishing emails would you estimate are sent out every day, what would you say? If you guessed anything less than three billion, you'd be incorrect. Three billion a day, on average. That's both terrifying and depressing. On...

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Tax Time Brings Out the Hackers

It's tax season once again! That, among other things, means that hackers and scammers are out in force, so beware! As in years past, the primary vehicle hackers and scammers use to run their various tax scams are phishing emails. They're usually designed to appear as...

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