Imagine the damage someone could do if they knew your Facebook password. Now imagine how much more harmful it could be if they had your banking information. Of course, you would never give over this information to a stranger, but what if they sent you an email pretending they were your bank. How would you know not to trust them then?
- August 29th, 2016
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The lazy days of summer are drawing to a close. And it’s time to start thinking about back to school stuff.
Back in the day, shopping for back to school supplies meant buying and wrapping mountains of text books and sharpening lots of shiny number 2 pencils. Nowadays, back to school buying almost always involves a new tech supplies, from iPads to smartphones and laptops.
Here is a handy back-to-school cyber security do’s and don’ts checklist.
The QuadRooter set of vulnerabilities reached the headlines mainly due to its wide extent and severity. Since Check Point announced its discovery, we have received numerous questions from users around the globe asking – How can they protect themselves from malware trying to take advantage of the Quadrooter vulnerabilities?
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few weeks or just got back from a trip to
the moon, you have certainly heard of, and perhaps even played the latest app craze, Pokemon
Go! You might know all about Pokestops and Lures and training your Pokemon. But did you know that all the fun you’re having comes at a price? Read more…