Archive for the ‘Cyber Security’ Category

Take the PayPal Fight Phishing Challenge

Saturday, December 22nd, 2007

Fake emails are getting more sophisticated, so it can be tough to know whether an email is real or not. See how much you already know or learn some more... Here's a quiz that can help prevent identity theft. By the way, most reputable banks and financial institutions follow the ...

This Microsoft Security Vulnerability has the potential to be “The Big One”

Friday, August 11th, 2006

Vulnerability in Server Service Could Allow Remote Code Execution. For more information on this vulnerability, and to download the update, see Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-040If you have your Windows system set to automatically download critical updates then you should be all set. To double-check you can click Start -> Control ...

Patch Your Windows System Now to Avoid Sober Worm Attack

Thursday, January 5th, 2006

The next Sober Worm hits tomorrow, patch your system now! Since there is no official patch available from Microsoft we are strongly urging all of our clients to patch their system manually and immediately. Be aware that this patch will prevent you from being able to double-click a picture and ...

Watch out for this new phish.

Wednesday, November 17th, 2004

Beware! There's a new phishing attack brewing. This new attack is directed at online banking users. It runs a script just from opening the infected email, so no longer is it necessary to click on a bogus link in order to end up on a phishing site. The script rewrites ...