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Prevent Cyber ​​Attacks on Your Home and Business

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) – Earlier this week, a Virginia legislative agency was hit by a ransomware attack. These are unfortunately more and more common, from the government to the Colonial Pipeline. We spoke with local experts on how to keep yourself safe and your workplace safe as cybercriminals get smarter …

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Hybrid work is dead, long live “work”

As 2022 approaches, work will no longer be distinguished by where an employee (or student) works or learns. Working from anywhere, on any device, will just be “work”. This paradigm shift on the future of work is having ripple effects for employees, students and IT departments in all sectors of …

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Facebook users blocked on their accounts can use Meta’s live chat feature

Facebook has unveiled a slew of new features and improvements in recent times. Meta has started testing a new feature long requested by English speaking users around the world, including artists whose access to their accounts has been blocked. Representation image STRONG POINTS Meta is testing live chat support for …

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Is Paxos the new Diem?

Facebook’s controversial Novi stablecoin wallet has just debuted on WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging service with 2 billion customers. The ability to send stable payments through WhatsApp, the world’s largest messaging service, is limited to certain US customers, not New Yorkers, for example. The social media giant now known as Meta …

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The number of cyber attacks against organizations increases by 13%, with a notable increase in attacks targeting mobile devices, security

A study by Orange Cyberdefense, Europe’s largest managed security service provider, today reveals that there has been a 13% increase in cyber attacks against businesses in the past 12 months, with an increase ransomware incidents and, for the first time, a noticeable wave of attacks on mobile devices. Security Navigator …

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New graph shows how quickly a computer can crack your exact password – and simple tweaks to protect it

Finding new passwords can be annoying, although important, and the exact combination of the number of characters and symbols used could determine how quickly a computer can crack a password. iStock The World Economic Forum published a wave of ideas it can help explain how people should change their passwords …

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IRS issues scam warning ahead of tax season, offers 10 safety tips

GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (WBAY) – Over the past year, there has been an increase in scams, identity theft, ransomware and unemployed identity theft, so cybercriminals have come to the fore. work. Now, consumer experts are waiting for tax season to see what scammers are targeting and aiming to make safer …

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Do you still need antivirus software on your devices? Not really, say the experts

The intensity and frequency of virus and malware attacks on your smartphone and computer systems may increase, but researchers believe that none of us really need to pay for any of these services.. Most modern computers, Windows and Apple, have built-in protection against software viruses. Paid antivirus software offers a …

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Two Iranians indicted in Saint-Louis for “cryptojacking” of the Saint-Charles company | Law and order

ST. LOUIS – Two Iranian nationals have been indicted by the U.S. District Court in St. Louis and charged with hijacking computers to mine for cryptocurrency, prosecutors said. Danial Jeloudar and Saeeid Safaei were charged Wednesday with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, the US prosecutor’s office said. Both are believed …

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Android apps that steal bank details downloaded 300,000 times in just 4 months

A total of 12 apps containing Android banking Trojans were discovered in the Google Play Store. These apps are capable of stealing banking information and erasing the victim’s bank account. The applications were distributed within four months and downloaded 300,000 times. Google has improved the security of the Play Store, …

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