Skip to main content
Technology News

New Chrome Update Version Removes Flash And FTP

On January 19th, 2021, Google released a new Chrome version--Chrome 88. The most notable part of this release is the removal of the Adobe Flash Player and FTP features. FTP Removal Google removed support for FTP in the Chrome browser because usage is significantly low and it is no longer…
Chris Forte
February 2, 2021
Cybersecurity

Healthcare Ransomware Problem Is Getting Worse Recently

Ransomware attacks are one of the most prevalent cyber attacks on healthcare. It has been around for many years, however, it became a trend in 2016. Recently, there is a significant increase in the frequency and types of ransomware attacks being perpetrated. Since 2019, even before Covid-19, healthcare providers became…
Chris Forte
January 30, 2021
Cybersecurity

Rogue Malware Is An Android Users Worst Nightmare

Security researchers at Check Point have recently identified a new strain of malware that seems to be a Frankenstein's Monster created by combining two older strains. Dubbed 'Rogue RAT,' this deceptively simple bit of malicious code gives anyone who uses it the ability to record your calls, steal your passwords,…
Chris Forte
January 27, 2021
Cybersecurity

Rogue Malware Is An Android Users Worst Nightmare

Security researchers at Check Point have recently identified a new strain of malware that seems to be a Frankenstein's Monster created by combining two older strains. Dubbed 'Rogue RAT,' this deceptively simple bit of malicious code gives anyone who uses it the ability to record your calls, steal your passwords,…
Jason Manteiga
January 27, 2021
Technology News

Google Calendar Search Bar Moved For Easier Use

Google calendar is one of the most efficient products that Google made. Although, not as popular as other Google products, users who use it testify that it has made them more productive. In keeping to time, setting appointments, and meeting up to schedules, Google calendar has proven to be very…
Chris Forte
January 22, 2021
Cybersecurity

Gen Intel Processors May Get Built In Ransomware Protection

At CES 2021, arguably the most influential and significant tech event in the world, Intel made an important announcement regarding its historic eleventh generation of chips. The latest designs will feature hardware-based ransomware detection protocols, which should serve to make those types of attacks less likely to succeed. In 2020,…
Jason Manteiga
January 21, 2021
Cybersecurity

Even Big Companies Like Nissan Get Hacked

Even the largest companies in the world can't claim immunity to hacking, data breaches and momentary lapses in judgment. Nissan is a classic case in point. Recently, due to a careless oversight, default admin credentials were left in place on part of the company's network. That allowed an unknown third…
Jason Manteiga
January 19, 2021
Cybersecurity

This New Malware Has A Unique Email Offer

The Quaverse Remote Access Trojan--affectionately dubbed QRat--has been with us since at least 2015. It's a good piece of malware because it's notoriously difficult to detect and it provides high value information like passwords, sensitive files, screenshots and more. In addition to remotely offloading files, hackers can assume complete control…
Chris Forte
January 16, 2021
Cybersecurity

This New Malware Has A Unique Email Offer

The Quaverse Remote Access Trojan--affectionately dubbed QRat--has been with us since at least 2015. It's a good piece of malware because it's notoriously difficult to detect and it provides high value information like passwords, sensitive files, screenshots and more. In addition to remotely offloading files, hackers can assume complete control…
Jason Manteiga
January 16, 2021
Cybersecurity

Brand New Ransomware Found On The Internet

Hackers around the world didn't waste any time. New Year's celebrations have barely ended, and already, we have our first reports of a new malware strain to help ring in 2021. Dubbed Babuk Locker, the strain is aimed squarely at corporate networks. Based on an analysis of the code, security…
Chris Forte
January 14, 2021