62 Minnesota Chipotles hit by Malware

A little over a month ago, Chipotle was hit by a malware attack that stretched across all stores in the United States. They have just released more information on the attack. In a long release statement, Chipotle says an investigation showed that malware designed to credit card data was used on over 2,249 restaurants across

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Your apps might be tracking you using ultrasonic frequencies

There is a chance your phone has been tossing out ultrasonic tones to be picked up by other devices. Sounds that the human ear cannot pick up but devices can. The German government hired a research team and they discovered that more than 230 apps on the Androids market hosted by Google, were secretly tracking

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Cybersecurity extremely lax at Mar-a-lago

Propublica and Gizmodo reported that based on their most recent investigation the private club President Trump owns has extremely lax cybersecurity. He calls it the southern white house. Trump has used the resort to meet with staff and foreign heads of state on official buisness. In February, Trump took a call about a ballistic missile launch

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Big business fights back !

Big Businesses are fighting for your privacy!   Google is currently waging a quiet war against the United States Government. The FBI is tasking out warrants demanding that Google hands over information from Gmail data that is stored overseas. And google stores customer accounts in servers around the globe, so this is a fight that

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Watch out for Ransomware!

WannaCry 2.0 is a new form of ransomware that is affecting Windows computers around the world. Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts all your data on your PC, and the only way to unlock it is to completely erase your hard drive or pay a ransom to the hacker. If you have a

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You may not be as secure online as you think you are

Today, you might think you’re secure online, but the chances of that being true are very slim. The problem with what we know about cyber-security is not that we remain illiterate on the topic, it is that we assume we know what we are doing. The Pew Research Center located in Washington D.C. did some research

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HP’s Bad Driver is Key Logging your data!

An update from a security blogger ModZero has found that a HP Driver for audio has been unintentionally logging all your pressed keys and storing them locally on your pc. The files are located on your HP computer in a easily accessible folder on your pc. If you have an HP laptop and are using

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Malicious Google Apps Phishing Scheme

If someone invites you to edit a document in Google doc’s today, don’t open it — it can be spam from a phishing scheme that’s been spreading quick this afternoon. As precise on Reddit, the attack sends targets an emailed invitation from someone they’ll realize, takes them to a actual Google sign-in display screen, then

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