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Almost Half Of Top Ranking Websites Are Vulnerable

Menlo Security just released their third annual “State of the Web” report and it’s not pretty.  The headline finding is […]

Apple And Google No Longer World’s Top Brands

The latest Brand Finance Global 500 report out and contains some surprises this year. In the battle of the Brands, […]

Ransomware Affected Over 50 Percent Of Surveyed Companies

Sophos has released the results of their annual “State of Endpoint Security Today”, and it doesn’t paint a pretty picture. […]

Microsoft is Adding Much Needed Feature To Windows Defender

Microsoft is getting tough on so-called “registry cleaners”, and it’s about time.  The company recently announced a planned change to […]

Malware Makers Testing Vulnerability Of Meltdown And Spectre

Security researchers from around the web are reporting finding an increasing number of instances of proof of concept (PoC) code […]

If your Point Of Sale Uses Oracle, Update Now

Oracle is currently the third-largest provider of POS (Point of Sale) software on the market today, which means that there’s […]

Fitness Trackers Could Be A National Security Risk

If ever there were two phrases that didn’t seem to go together, they would probably be “Fitness trackers” and “National […]

700,000 Potentially Malicious Apps Removed From Google Last Year

Google recently released their Play Store stats for 2017.  The results are both encouraging and disheartening.  Overall, Google caught and […]

iPhone Throttling Issue To Be Addressed In Upcoming Update

Recently, Apple found itself in hot water with its normally adoring user base. This happened when it became known that […]

Electronic Health Record Company “Allscripts” Hit By Ransomware

Another day, another high-profile ransomware attack.  This time, the victim was Allscripts, an EHR (Electronic Health Record) company that hospitals, […]