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Panera Bread Customer Accounts Exposed To Threats

Posted on: 04/24/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Panera Bread company is the latest company to find itself in hot water. Recently, security researcher Dylan Houlihan discovered that the company had failed to encrypt (or otherwise protect) a file containing usernames, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and loyalty account numbers for a staggering thirty-seven million of its customers. The file was found […]

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Some Facebook users hit with malware attack – here’s how to stop it

Posted on: 04/23/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Updated April 20, 2018 By Craig Johnson, Clark.com Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse for Facebook, who is involved in a huge data scandal, a new problem involving users’ personal information threatens to drag the social network further into controversy. Criminals have hacked into “tens of thousands” of Facebook accounts by infecting […]

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Microsoft is Adding Much Needed Feature To Windows Defender

Posted on: 02/14/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Posted by securepointtech On February 14th, 2018 Microsoft is getting tough on so-called “registry cleaners”, and it’s about time. The company recently announced a planned change to Windows Defender (the anti-malware program that comes standard with every Windows installation). The change will see to the deletion of an increasing number of these registry cleaners. It’s […]

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Forget Email. Web Sites Use Notifications to Spam Your Browser Instead

Posted on: 02/14/2018 | by: cthuntsville

By Lawrence Abrams February 14, 2018 01:05 PM 0 If there is one thing that is universally disliked, it is spam. Thankfully, most large email services and providers do an admirable job filtering spam before it even gets to your inbox. Unfortunately, a new method of sending you spam has been created that skips your […]

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Android Web Users Victims of Cryptojacking Campaign

Posted on: 02/12/2018 | by: cthuntsville

By Catalin Cimpanu February 12, 2018 01:20 PM 0 Cryptojacking script targeting Android devices Threat actors behind a malvertising campaign are explicitly targeting mobile web users, redirecting Android owners to websites where crooks mine Monero using the Coinhive service while the user is busy solving a CAPTCHA. Spotted by Malwarebytes, this campaign appears to have […]

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Well Care Home Health

Posted on: 01/31/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Health Care Star2Star Meets The Complex Communications Demands Of Healthcare Healthcare poses a number of demands on a communications system, including ultra-reliability, ease-of-use, and a rich feature suite. These demands are even greater in the home healthcare field, where a large, constantly mobile workforce must be managed. When Well Care Home Health wanted to upgrade […]

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MindLost Ransomware Is a Piece of Junk That Wants to Collect Credit Card Details

Posted on: 01/31/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Security researchers have discovered a new strain of ransomware that encrypts users files and redirects users to an online page to pay the ransom via credit/debit card. The ransomware is not under active distribution and appears to be still under development. First samples were spotted by security researcher MalwareHunter going back to January 15. The […]

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Learn more about our partner Star2Star, the #5 Unified Communications Company in the world

Posted on: 01/16/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Star2Star

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Oops! A Microsoft Patch Bricks Computers…And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

Posted on: 01/16/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Microsoft Bricks Computers

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Star2Star Communications And Blueface Merge To Become Global Top Five Unified Communications As A Service (UCaaS) Business

Posted on: 01/04/2018 | by: cthuntsville

Star2Star Merger Announcement

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