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Microsoft No Longer Supporting Windows 7

By: TeamWTI | Date: January 13, 2020

Categories: Security,

Tags: cybersecurity, Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows 7,

Microsoft No Longer Supporting Windows 7

Beginning Tuesday, January 14th, Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7. After that, you will need to upgrade to Windows 10 to receive support from Microsoft. What Does This Mean for Users Read More

New Privacy Act Effective January 1st, 2020

Are you a business that is located or operates in California? Are you aware of the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)? The CCPA goes into effect on January 1st, 2020 and could impact your business. Read More

Apple Store Pulls Malicious Apps

By: TeamWTI | Date: October 25, 2019

Categories: Security,

Tags: Apple App Store, clicker trojan, malware, Wandera,

Apple Store Pulls Malicious Apps

The Apple App Store recently pulled 17 apps that were  infected with clicker trojan malware. The apps themselves don’t have anything that would alert the detection services in the Apple App Store. Instead, the apps communicate with a known command and control server, or… Read More

Do You Use Chrome or Firefox? You May Have Malware

By: TeamWTI | Date: October 10, 2019

Categories: Security,

Tags: antivirus, malware, Reductor,

Do You Use Chrome or Firefox? You May Have Malware

The latest malware issue is being called “Reductor” and seems to be focused on Chrome and Firefox users. The malware was discovered by the security team at Kaspersky.  They came across the malware earlier this year and, after a lengthy… Read More

New Malware Can Turn Your Computer Into a “Zombie Proxy”

Microsoft and Cisco Talos recently announced that they have discovered a malware campaign that can transform your personal computer into what Microsoft is calling a “zombie proxy”. The malware uses legitimate programs on your computer and it is suspected that it has infected thousands… Read More

Hacked Emails Cost More Than You May Think

You may get alerts from businesses that your email and password information may have been hacked. There are also sites like haveibeenpwned.com that will monitor your email address and alert you if your email has been compromised. Read More

Google Offers Assistance With Hacked Passwords

By: TeamWTI | Date: August 16, 2019

Categories: Security,

Tags: Chrome, Google, hacked passwords,

Google Offers Assistance With Hacked Passwords

It seems like our “secure” information is constantly being hacked, and if you’re like most people, you probably use the same login information for a variety of sites. It may be hard to remember what sites have been hacked and which credentials have been… Read More

NSA Needs You to Update Your Windows Now

A few weeks ago it was discovered that there was a vulnerability with Windows called Bluekeep and Windows users were asked to update their computers. We all know that Windows updates seem to come at the worst time and are tedious and inconvenient, but… Read More

Gone Phishing

By: TeamWTI | Date: January 22, 2019

Categories: Security,

Tags: Email, Hacking, Phishing, Scam,

Gone Phishing

  If you’re like us, it seems like when we open our email, we have a notification about a phishing attempt or find a sketchy email. Phishing is when an entity poses as a trusted contact like your bank, social media account, or another website… Read More

WordPress GDPR Compliance Plugin Hacked

By: TeamWTI | Date: December 12, 2018

Categories: eCommerce, Security,

Tags: Cyberattack, GDPR, Hacked, plugin, Security, WordPress,

WordPress GDPR Compliance Plugin Hacked

IRONY: /’irænē/ Noun. A state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often amusing* as a result. The European Union passed laws earlier in 2017 and 2018 to help protect consumers’ personal data online. The EU General Protection… Read More

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