Category: Virus/Spyware/Spam/Security

mobile security

Cyber Security and Mobile Devices

September 9th, 2019 by

Smartphones- and mobile devices in general- have become an omnipresent part of today’s society. From accessing social media sites to mobile banking, it is tough to imagine people spending a single day without using their smartphones. This convenience also trickles into the corporate scene where more businesses have been implementing BYOD policies to improve daily…

I’ve been hacked! What should I do now?

May 22nd, 2017 by

I’ve been hacked!  Ouch!  It’s not fun at all and absolutely a vulnerable situation.  You may have take a rogue phone call or clicked on an errant email link.  Whatever the case, you need to act quickly now to protect yourself. You can’t just stop, drop, and roll, and wait for good things to happen.…

CryptoLocker Resolved

How to remove the CryptoLocker virus? CryptoLocker Resolved!

March 22nd, 2017 by

Got the CryptoLocker virus?  Congrats!  It’s one of the worst infections you can have.  Unless you have a couple years to spare and have a genius programmer mind, you won’t be able to decrypt this nasty little trojan encryption. Could you have avoided it.  Yes!  And I’m sure you know what you did to get infected.…

Virus found on Mac

Got a Macbook virus? I thought Macs don’t get viruses.

March 17th, 2017 by

Macbook viruses happen people. It’s no longer that PCs get viruses and Macs don’t.  Macs are just as exposed to those little nasties.  They are no longer a special breed that is invincible. In fact, in personal tests (yes, for testing purposed only of course), I downloaded the same torrent on a PC and a…

You got hacked

When do you know a phone call is a potential computer hacker?

January 13th, 2017 by

This is one we get a lot of: “I’ve been hacked!”  Okay, got it.  We always backtrack to see what this hacker got in to the computer.  Gotta sleuth out the original penetration to know how to fix it.  Yes, I always wanted to be on CSI and figure out a crime scene. So, what…