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Sextortion: what you should know of this new email scam

Sextortion, yes that is correct, is a new twist on an old email scam in which the scammer has indicated that they have compromised your computer via malware and recorded you or your family members watching porn. The attacker then threatens to release the video to all...

Top-Clicked Phishing Email Subjects

Think before you click! KnowBe4, a provider of security awareness training and simulated phishing attacks, has released statistics on the top 10 phishing email subjects that are opened by end-users. Drum roll please - the top 10 are: Password Check Required...

What to Do About C-Level Fraud Attacks

C-level fraud attacks are an increasingly common attack vector, especially for SMBs. Generally, these attacks come in the form of spoofed emails from the “CEO” or another C-suite executive and ask the recipient to wire role power (people tend to do what the boss says)...

CPU Meltdown and Spectre Alert Update

powersolution.com has been testing the patches provided by Microsoft and computer vendors to patch the two vulnerabilities dubbed Meltdown and Spectre. To recap, roughly every processor produced since 1995 is susceptible to a flaw that could allow an attacker to gain...

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