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Trickbot- the Windows Defender Trojan

There’s a trojan virus that’s strengthening, and chances are you have heard of it. It’s called Trickbot and its main mission is to gain access to banking credentials and cryptocurrency account information. This banking Trojan possesses the ability to disable windows defender. Developed in 2016, Trickbot targets its victims through emails by spreading malware and…
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Capital One has been hacked resulting in over 100 million applications and accounts being compromised

With the Capital One Hack, this marks one of the largest data breaches ever, with a hacker gaining access to 140,000 Social Security numbers, 1 million Canadian Social Insurance numbers, and 80,000 bank account numbers. With an unknown number of names, addresses, credit scores, credit limits, balances and other bits of information. This hack took…
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The Top Password Recovery Tools for a Windows-Based Computer.

Forgetting a password can be extremely frustrating especially if you’re in a hurry. Many times, there is a process to retrieving/resetting an old password which none of us have time for. How about we go a step further and pretend you have forgotten the administrative password to your windows computer. There is no “forgot your…
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1.1.1.1 DNS

If you’re looking for a DNS that allows you to browse the web faster and more private, then you need to check out 1.1.1.1 DNS. For those of you that don’t know nearly everything on the web starts with a DNS request. Think of DNS as a yellow page for the internet. Everything you can…
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Google Calendar is Down

If you use Google Calendar, then all meetings are canceled today! Today Google Calendar has been hit with what seems to be some widespread issues. Currently, this is the only Google service that we know about that has been affected. You can check the status of Google products here. Currently, the issues with Google Calendar…
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Biggest Announcements From Apple’s WWDC 2019

Apple made some big announcements on June 3rd, 2019 about some new changes & products coming up soon. The long-awaited ending of iTunes app into smaller music, podcast, and TV apps will finally be coming back to desktop. Let’s take at some of the products they are releasing Apple’s new Mac OS The new MAC…
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Social Media Marketing Do’s & Don’ts

Social media is an extremely valuable tool for almost any business. Effective communication through social networks can help your company achieve its marketing and branding goals on a regular basis. In this post, we will cover what you should be using social media for and then what practices you/ your company should be avoiding. DO’s…
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Cyberattack Takes Baltimore Hostage for the Third Time

Baltimore City has been experiencing a bit of déjà vu for the last couple of weeks. The city has fallen victim to a ransomware cyberattack for the third time crippling its government computers. This marks the second attack in the span of 15 months. On May 7, around 10,000 government-owned computers were digitally confiscated by…
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Your Windows 10 Password Could Be a Thing of the past Soon

In this day in age, you won’t find a device that lacks password authentication capability. While almost every computer, phone, and tablet in the country are protected by a password, companies are coming up with new ways to protect their devices. Microsoft is the latest example of this. They just recently announced that Windows 10…
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The Rise of Video Marketing and Practices to Avoid

Video marketing is on the rise and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. In fact, statistics have proved that a video on your company’s product or service is more likely to convert than a text or picture advertisement. Last year (2018) more than 500 million hours of YouTube playback was recorded daily…
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