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The Not-so-Secure Surveillance System

Over the past few years, millions of people have installed do-it-yourself home video security systems. The whole point is to provide peace of mind, security and more privacy. So you can imagine what a bummer it was for one security company when a bug allowed users to gain unauthorized access every other user’s saved surveillance

The Not-so-Secure Surveillance System2018-12-27T07:47:04-07:00

Even NASA? Yup…even NASA.

If we’ve learned anything over the past few years, it’s that no one is safe from potential cybercrime. The U.S. Government has been hacked. So has the U.S. Postal Service. And even the Department of Defense. Now, it’s NASA’s turn (again). The Space Agency confirmed last week that a data breach may have compromised personal

Even NASA? Yup…even NASA.2018-12-27T07:46:34-07:00

7 Tips for a Cyber Safe Holiday

The next seven days are sure to be big shopping days, especially online. The dramatic rise of shopping online also increases your risk for being the victim of cybercrime. Here are a few quick tips to help protect you and your family during the busy season ahead. Shop smart. if you're shopping online, use only the direct, well-known

7 Tips for a Cyber Safe Holiday2018-12-18T07:45:28-07:00

Hackers Hide Malware in Memes

We can't seem to get enough of funny internet memes. You know… Grumpy Cat. Chuck Norris. Elf. Well, it turns out that hackers have devised a way to hide malicious code in some of them. What? Apparently, Trend Micro researchers discovered that hackers used steganography, a technique of hiding contents within a digital graphic image in

Hackers Hide Malware in Memes2018-12-18T07:44:54-07:00

Hackers Hide Malware in Memes

We can't seem to get enough of funny internet memes. You know… Grumpy Cat. Chuck Norris. Elf. Well, it turns out that hackers have devised a way to hide malicious code in some of them. What? Apparently, Trend Micro researchers discovered that hackers used steganography, a technique of hiding contents within a digital graphic image in

Hackers Hide Malware in Memes2018-12-18T07:41:51-07:00

Got Hackers for Kids?

Do you have a kid (or know one) who loves to tear things apart to see how they work? You know, those tinkerers who leave parts and pieces all over the house. Ever stepped in Legos in the middle of the night? Yeah, that kid. Well, if you have a creative child, aka wanna-be hacker, in the family and are looking for the

Got Hackers for Kids?2018-12-10T07:41:21-07:00
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