Spoofing Microsoft

Spoofing Microsoft! “There Has Been an Unusual Sign-in Activity on Your Microsoft Account” Has Become a Phishing Email Now! The latest phishing campaign is in fact spoofing Microsoft to steal users’ credentials.  → The emails look nearly identical to Microsoft’s real...

URL Breakdown

So What is a URL? Websites do not actually have “names”. They are referred to by numbers; 72.21.215.90, for example, is the address of Amazon.  → Instead of having to remember all these numbers to navigate the internet, they get a nickname each. A Uniform...
WiFi – Free Doesn’t Mean Safe

WiFi – Free Doesn’t Mean Safe

WiFi – Free Doesn’t Mean Safe Do you rely on Wi-Fi while at a restaurant or hotel? While on business trips or vacations, selecting a hotel with Wi-Fi access is crucial to staying connected to the rest of the world. Many people do not realize the security risks of...
Auto-fill: Can Lead to Financial Loss

Auto-fill: Can Lead to Financial Loss

Auto-Fill Can Lead To Financial Loss And Exposure Of Personal Information Is your personal information being exposed?  Manually filling your credentials into the Internet browser may become tedious, so Chrome’s auto-fill feature is a useful tool for users. A recent...

Blue Keep

Update Your Windows Operating System, ASAP! The CISA which is the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is warning users and administrators of Windows operating systems to update their machines and install the latest patch...
A Warning Call

A Warning Call

Those are fraudulent phone calls, are aiming at stealing your personal information, hoping to either use it in their malicious / criminal activity or sell it on the dark web for other cyber criminals to do so.