August Cybersecurity News Round-Up

August Cybersecurity News Round-Up

Over Half of all Social Media Logins are Fraud A new report released by Arkose Labs has revealed that over half of the logins on social media sites are from fraudulent accounts. This includes bots and humans that have malicious intentions. The report stated that the...
New Cybersecurity Threat: Stegware

New Cybersecurity Threat: Stegware

News of cyber threats is commonplace these days and unfortunately, much of it isn’t just “scary hype,” but rather cause for legitimate concern about your digital security. One of the big problems is that once a cyber security company finds a way to block the...
April Cybersecurity News Round-Up

April Cybersecurity News Round-Up

Security Flaw in Internet Explorer Puts Users at Risk An unpatched exploit in Internet Explorer’s handling of MHT files is putting its users at risk. Hackers are using this flaw to their advantage by spying on Windows users to steal their information. Unfortunately,...
March Cybersecurity News Round-Up

March Cybersecurity News Round-Up

New Phishing Attack Targets Facebook Users Hackers are becoming more and more creative every day. There is now a way for them to access your Facebook login credentials with little effort. Victims are lead to malicious websites that mimic real websites, such as Airbnb,...
Hacking Drones: The Cybersecurity Risks You Need To Know

Hacking Drones: The Cybersecurity Risks You Need To Know

In the past few years, there has been a huge surge in the sales and use of drones. Also known as unmanned aerial systems (UASs), these devices are much more complex and sophisticated than the older remote-controlled planes or helicopters that people could buy at Radio...
Wireless Routers: Security at Risk Due to Outdated Firmware

Wireless Routers: Security at Risk Due to Outdated Firmware

Wi-Fi routers have become ubiquitous in American businesses as a means of providing wireless Internet access. Many companies simply tuck their routers in a corner and forget about it, unless and until there is an issue with the wireless network. Unfortunately, this...