Yearly Archives: 2013

Malware Offering Up New Tricks no Treats

Over the course of the last few weeks, we have read and seen a flurry of malware attacks that are quite scary. Two in particular are very nasty and present new ways to infect and reduce your company's productivity to a stand still. The first is a fake Microsoft Security Essentials malware product. We have…
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Why Adobe Being Hacked Should Have You Concerned

It was revealed that Adobe had a break in of its servers last Friday. As a result 2.9 million customer records were obtained that included credit card numbers and other information. However, the bigger threat looms as the thieves took the code for a number of Adobe products, including Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. When…
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New exploits on Old Java

We have experienced a huge jump with our clients having rootkits, malware, and viruses in the past month. These are even with those businesses that have updated anti-virus definitions, and keep Windows up to date. The cause? Old versions of Java code that are exploited by malicious programmers. Java was developed as a way to…
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Transitions and Technology Part One

We are still alive. We went through a period of time moving our resources from Posterous (rest in peace) over to WordPress, so you will see the stream pick up on postings again. During this time, I have worked with many new clients and there is a mindset I run into time and time again…
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