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Tis’ The Season For Scams

As the holiday season approaches, scammers seem to increase their efforts and activities in hopes of separating us from our hard-earned money! Level 10 ...

Hacker may have private information on nearly 44,000 TennCare members after Magellan data breach

The private information of nearly 44,000 TennCare members may have been stolen by a hacker who breached the email system of the agency’s pharmacy ...

Netflix May Stop Allowing Users To Share Their Passwords

Do you have a Netflix account? If so, you know how awesome the service is.  Intuitive and easy to use, and of special interest, easy to share. In fact, password sharing among ...

Some iOS Apps Found To Have Clicker Trojan Malware

Recently, a survey of Apple's App Store by Wandera Threat Lab discovered more than a dozen iOS apps that have been infected with the 'Clicker' Trojan malware.  As malware goes, this variant ...

Discord Users Be Careful Of Malware And Information Theft

Do you use the Discord chat service? If so, be advised that malware developers have been using the service to not only host various types of malware, but also to use it ...

Twitter Utilized User 2FA Phone Numbers For Ad Targeting

Twitter isn't having a good year.  Over the past twelve months, the company has fessed up to half a dozen bugs and blunders that have left the company with egg on their ...

RobbinHood Ransomware Another Reason To Back Up Your Systems

The creators of the dreaded 'Robbinhood' ransomware strain are putting their reputation to work for them.  The hackers have recently modified their ransom note in a couple of important ways. First and ...

Tamper Protection Enabled By Default In Windows 10 Update

Do you have the new Windows 10? If you're not sure, the most recent version (as of the time this article was written) is version 1903, which was the May 2019 update. ...

Are Hackers Using Popular Assistant Devices To Listen To Users?

The utility of virtual assistants like Amazon's Alexa and Google Home are undeniable.  They're just genuinely handy devices to have around. Unfortunately, they're also prone to abuse and exploits by hackers and ...

Windows Version of iTunes Needs Updated To Avoid Ransomware        

Are you a Windows iTunes user? If so, you should upgrade iTunes immediately or run the risk of being infected with the BitPaymer ransomware strain. The group controlling the software has been ...

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