You found the perfect candidate and are ready to make an offer, then your “purple unicorn” stops responding to phone calls, texts, and emails. What gives? Not a tech issue, but more an HR issue. Still, if you can’t find qualified technical staff, this might be an issue.
Cyber-criminals are masquerading as customer service sites on Facebook, luring disgruntled customers to their Facebook page in order to trick them into divulging their user name, password, and other personal information. This is called “angler phishing.”
The way this usually works is this. Let’s say you have a bad experience with your bank. Then you write and post a negative comment on Facebook or Twitter about bad service you received at your bank, for example. A cyber-crime crew will be searching ...Continue Reading →
A hoax about ransomware called “WannaCrypt” has been widely spammed out. But is an attack of this sort technically possible?
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Microsoft is a relatively new friend to open source, and their purchase of GitHub is causing considerable consternation to developers.
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Anger against the Bay Area’s iconic social media firms has reached a “boiling point,” experts say.