Check out these specs!
- 10 MB hard drive
- 5 1/4 dual floppies
- 8-bit microprosessor
- 12″ monitor
- 64 K RAM
- Just $6 grand (back when a grand was real money)
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Dyre Wolf is one version in the family of banking Trojans that started with Zeus and NeverQuest, and now includes Dridex, SpyEye, Shylock,Shifu, Gozi, and Tinba. Banking Trojans are designed to sit unnoticed on your computer, and to capture your banking and financial login credentials and send them to criminals who use the information to empty your accounts. They are among the worst exploits that can happen to you, followed closely by ...Continue Reading →
Last Friday we dove down the WordPress Security bunny hole to chase the Aethera botnet and the other attack platform that WordFence reported. Today we are looking a their new WordPress Security Learning Center.
If you are a developer or security professional, you should check this site out, and take the time to fit the classes into your schedule. If you are interested ...Continue Reading →
We are to the point now where the men and women who were involved with the beginnings of the Internet are starting to pass away. Saturday, It was Ray Tomlinson, who invented email. We was the one who decided to use the @ sign in the email address to separate the user name portion from the domain name portion of the email ...Continue Reading →
How would you feel if, in order to gain access to a known terrorist’s house, the government passed a law that required every lock manufacturer to create a master key that would unlock every locked door anywhere? What if the police promised that they would only use the key on the one house? What if they promised to keep the key safe and secure so it could never get into the hands ...Continue Reading →
A great product for quickly and easily adding web site filtering to your organization is OpenDNS Umbrella. OpenDNS was recently purchased by Cisco Systems. OpenDNS is another featured security product that is part of the Managed Services program here at CIT.
The way OpenDNS works is that all of your traffic to and from the Internet is run through the proxy server cloud at OpenDNS. In addition to protecting your organization ...Continue Reading →
AV-Test rated Bitdefender Endpoint Security 5.3 the best anti-virus software for Windows client business users in its December 2015 test. I mention this because this is the product that we deploy here at CIT for our managed service customers. They rated a nearly perfect score. Here are the particulars:
Try to imagine how much bad stuff we could keep off our computers and networks if we could figure out a way to filter incoming traffic from the Dark Web. Well maybe we can.
First, my apology in advance to my non-technical followers, this article may be a bit high level for the average user.
A post in Spiceworks from “Born2Frag” goes ...Continue Reading →
If you are in high school (or junior high) or college, attracted to technology, and looking for a career with a future, then you should give serious consideration to the field of Cybersecurity. A recent press release from Cybrary reveals the results of its Cyber Security Job Trends Survey for 2016. Cybrary surveyed 435 senior level technology professionals, and the results indicated a pressing need for more skilled cybersecurity ...Continue Reading →
Last week we took an in depth look at social engineering, and looked a phone and email examples in depth.
Cybersecurity awareness training is one of the most effective ways to combat these threats. Not everyone engaged in cybersecurity practice agrees about the effectiveness of this solution, but I have been delivering public cybersecurity courses for over a decade, and I know from the responses that ...Continue Reading →