Guest Post – Four Tips to Help Keep You Safe and Secure Online

The world has evolved so much in the past few years. These changes are even more apparent in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, with people and businesses forced to adapt and move everything online, from office meetings to grocery shopping.

Need to buy a pair of jeans? Ran out of groceries for the week? Craving your favorite food? All of these ...

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Thanksgiving Turkey Award – Worst Passwords of 2020

If the Pandemic wasn’t enough to deal with, we still have to deal with people and their poor password choices.

Three passwords security controls that really make a difference.

  • Make your passwords longer than 12 characters
  • Use a password manager to create and remember long random passwords that are different for every location or resource.
  • Use two-factor authentication everywhere you can.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving – Be sure to watch the video below.

Top 200 Worst Passwords of 2021 from NordPass

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Friday Phish Fry

Phishing Email Alerts

Catch of the Day: Wells Fargo Identity Theft Phish  – A trifecta – bank account, personal information, and a credit card.  On the Dark Web this is called a Fullz.

Chef’s Special: Phishing attacks impersonate QuickBooks invoices ahead of July 15 tax deadline

Examples of clever phish that made it past my spam filters and into my Inbox, or from clients, or reliable sources ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


[WordPress Security] Large Scale Attack Campaign Targets Database Credentials

The Wordfence Threat Intelligence Team just published details of an attack harvesting database credentials, targeting over 1 million WordPress sites. For 24 hours, attacks from this campaign accounted for 75% of all exploit attempts on plugins and themes across all of WordPress.

Both the free and paid versions ...

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