So you’ve no doubt heard about WannaCry (or wCry or WanaCrypt), running rampant and infecting significant public organisations across the globe (Kaspersky Lab have seen evidence of 74+ Countries infected during the initial 24 hours, with other reports estimating some 200,000+ machines now impacted across 140+ countries).     So how does it work? WannaCry
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Hackers use Mail Chimp to spread malware

The importance of having strong, unique passwords has become ever relevant this week as the hack of a number of Mail Chimp accounts has come to light.   The hacks do not appear to be part of a widespread breach of Mail Chimp, rather more likely the result of the use of weak, reused passwords
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Protecting your accounts in light of the Yahoo hack

Yahoo revealed last week that they had been the victims of the largest publically disclosed data breach in history, with 500 million user accounts compromised. The hack occurred in 2014, when names, email addresses, passwords, telephone numbers, birthdates and more were stolen by “state-sponsored” hackers. While the stolen passwords were encrypted, this type of encryption
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SPAM as we all know is annoying, but did you know that it can be potentially dangerous to you and your business? Quite a number of SPAM emails these days are a part of a larger phishing scam. SPAM emails are sent in bulk by both legitimate and criminal organisations. The purpose of SPAM emails could be
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