Ensuring better security one nudge at a time
“I would never fall victim to a scam…”
PornHub, one of the most popular sites on the Internet, just exposed millions to virus
Millions of users of Pornhub, one of the world’s largest porn sites, were targeted by a malicious advertisement, known as “malvertising” on the site which posed as a critical browser update.
To share or not to share: The Risks of Oversharing on Social Networking Sites
Many of us use social networks to share moments in our lives, our opinions, exciting trips and adventures, or just a night out with friends, but we often do so without fully understanding the consequences of sharing “too much information” (TMI).
Updated info on Yahoo 2013 Data Breach – 3 Billion Accounts Affected!
In an updated filling with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Yahoo revealed that a breach that occurred in 2013 impacted 3 billion accounts, essentially all accounts in existence at that time. Security experts commented that Yahoo user accounts and personal information were protected with outdated, easy-to-crack encryption. All users affected by the breach have been […]
5 Tips For Secure Mobile Banking
Mobile banking may be less than five years old, but it has already brought tremendous changes to our banking behavior and experience.
3 Shiny New Security Features from iOS 11
The new iPhone, and iOS 11 with it, debut on the 12th of September and offer some great security enhancements.
UPDATED – Equifax Data Being Held for Ransom for $2.6m USD in Bitcoin
Hosted on a .onion site which runs on the anonymous Tor network, hackers claim they have the Equifax data and are holding it for ransom for approximately 600 Bitcoin or $2.6m USD
What you need to know about the Equifax data breach
US Credit Reporting giant Equifax recently announced that they have been the victim of a data breach where hackers were able to obtain sensitive personal information on 143 million people.
3 Myths of Smart Home Device Security
“When does it stop listening? Who Is listening?”