Posts Tagged ‘Internet’
If you are viewing a post from a mobile device pay close attention to the URL. A new(ish) exploit method simply uses a bunch of — (Dashes) to obscure part of the address. The article specifies Facebook but this same technique would work with other sites as well. The key is to be ever vigilant. Read more here: https://www.techworm.net/2017/06/facebooks-new-phishing-scam-pads-urls-hyphens.html
Support Net Neutrality and don’t let the FCC ruin the internet.Reddit, Mozilla, Imgur and others in slowdown protest over net neutrality rules | Network World.
Patch now Available for IE Security Flaw. Info: Microsoft: You know we said NO MORE XP PATCHES? Well … • The Register.
STOP using Internet Explorer! Have an app that requires it, contact us to help.
Some Hacks may leave no trace! IE zero-day attack delivers malware into memory then poofs on reboot.
There is a Severe security issue with Microsoft Internet Explorer. The exploit is being used now. Be sure to apply the upcoming patch that Microsoft is releasing this coming week!! Read more about it here: Microsoft to patch zero-day IE bug now under attack – Network World. As always if you need help contact us.
ZERO DAY Vulnerability in Internet Explorer and Microsoft E-Mail Clients! You should patch your OS’s or call us to help. This Exploit can allow an attacker to run remote code on your machine as the logged in user. Microsoft Security Advisory 2887505: Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution.
There is NO good reason for a government ‘Kill Switch’ on the internet. Or for that matter any method to disconnect the internet. It is the most important tool in free speech in the world. It carries, facts and opinions worldwide near instantly and is designed to keep information flowing even in catastrophic events. The only thing so far that has been able to stop it has been the government (See Egypt, Libya, China, etc.) and the word still gets out and makes it’s way over the internet. We do NOT support the ability of the government to in any way infringe of the Constitutionally Guaranteed Right of Free Speech. Even if they do it under the guise of security. To quote Franklin: “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” See this TechCrunch article by Jon Orlin. The article is full of type-o’s but the information is sound: In Search Of The Internet Kill Switch.