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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Phishing Warning (Netflix Scam)

Posted on by mbordas

Recently, a new Netflix-themed phish campaign has been making the rounds. In this scam, users receive an email, appearing to be from Netflix, stating that their accounts are on hold due to issues with their billing information. Users who click … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Phishing |

Is Your Facebook Account Protected by Two-Factor Authentication?

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If you’re not using two-factor authentication on your Facebook account, you should be. Continue reading

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January Security Updates

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Microsoft Microsoft has released its security update bulletin for January 2018. These updates include fixes for 56 security vulnerabilities and 3 special security advisories including fixes for the Meltdown/Spectre chip vulnerability, an Adobe Flash patch, and a security update for … Continue reading

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Computer Processor Vulnerabilities (Meltdown and Spectre)

Posted on by mbordas

Security researchers have identified hardware vulnerabilities that affect most computer processor chips, including those made by Intel, AMD, and ARM. The vulnerabilities, known as Meltdown or Spectre, could allow specially scripted programs to access information stored in your computer’s memory, … Continue reading

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