Two-Factor authentication (2FA) is available on most major services; think Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, etc. But what is it?
Do you have a Gmail account? Be informed on this very sophisticated phishing scam so you don’t unknowingly give up your Gmail credentials to hackers.
There is a lot of information all of us probably feel is personal, yet it is publicly available due to property records, business records, utility records, etc. One web site in particular is aggregating your information and offering it to anyone that enters your name in a search.
You should always be cautious of links you receive in email messages, especially when the link is requesting account credential confirmation.
Simply viewing a maliciously crafted photo ( of jpeg type) on your iPhone, Mac or Apple Watch, whether in an email or on the web, could allow a hacker to execute malicious code.
The short story is that LinkedIn was hacked back in 2012 but the hacked information was kept within a relatively small group of hackers. Now credentials to about 117 million accounts are up for sale.
Apple has not officially announced the end of Windows QuickTime, however, the software is no longer receiving security updates and it now contains a number of serious flaws. If this software is present on your computer, it is time to remove it.
Complicated passwords are a must in the world of technology yet many people are still not creating them because they don’t want to hassle with trying to remember them.
We all know the Internet is an incredible resource but that it’s ability to make our lives easier is paired with increasing risk. Enter malvertising.