Is that Adobe Flash update notification you received legitimate? Or is it a scam designed to install malware on your computer? Cybercriminals disguise malware as pop-up notifications to update Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, Web browsers, Java or other mainstream software. … Continue reading
Your email archive is full of information that’s valuable to you—and to cybercriminals. The combination of plentiful email storage and relaxed password practices enable criminals to do their worst. Many Web-based email systems now offer multiple gigabytes of storage for … Continue reading
Technology can be defined as applications, instruments, or processes that enhance or simplify the aspects of everyday life. The vehicle you use to drive to work is an example of technology that simplifies life. Or, the Internet, as a whole, … Continue reading
In this day and age, digital cameras such as still image and video recording cameras, home surveillance devices, and baby monitors all come with WiFi capabilities. While there are benefits of WiFi-enabled cameras, unfortunately, there’s also the potential for security … Continue reading
Companies use online advertisements to grow their business. Unfortunately, so do cybercriminals. Learn how cybercriminals use online advertising to spread malware, and how you can better protect yourself against this growing threat!