Ransomeware inbound! Another threat is looming on the web

This year alone, there has already been three large outbreaks involving online security and breaches. Recently a new ransomware campaign has begun, and the targets have been high profile, for example Russia and Eastern Europe. This new threat has been named Bad Rabbit. The appearance of Bad Rabbit had been a grand event, simultaneously hitting

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OnePlus Update

OnePlus has been under some heat lately for their non-consensual data snooping through their mobile devices. After a security researcher had exposed OnePlus for their snooping, they have reportedly admitted to the non-consensual action. Their address to their customer service forum on Friday the 13th confirmed such accusations. OnePlus tried to clarify and explain that

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WPA2 protocol leaves all access points vulnerable! Including yours!

Recently, some online researchers have discovered a fatal flaw in the WPA2 protocol. This flaw can affect anyone and everyone that is involved with Wi-Fi access. This flaw allows potential attackers to manipulate vulnerable information such as passwords, e-mails, and other encrypted data, whilst intercepting that information they may also leave ransomware or other malicious

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Equifax leads to disaster once again

Equifax, which recently had a security breach now has another. In May, Equifax lost customer’s SSN, names and loads of other personal information to a security breach. Getting much scrutiny, they worked on getting the issue under control and had stated that it was solved. However it appears they were wrong. A malware researcher ran

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Disqus breach. Hackers: 10 low security standards: 0

Here we are again folks, another article of a large breach in security, leaving multiple thousands in a state of possible vulnerability. It was discovered that back in 2012, the same year Engadget used Disqus for comments,  hackers had claimed data from Disqus’ servers. A snapshot of usernames and the emails associated, dating back to

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Yahoos 2013 hack affected everyone!

Yahoo’s most known and infamous hack in history, is worse than initially thought. According to Verizon, who acquired yahoo in June, its now known that all 3 billion users were affected at the time of the hack. No one got away. This is a huge upset in comparison to the initial damage report of 1

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Hackers-2, Equifax-0

After the recent announcement that Equifax had been the victim of a hacking, there has been scrutiny towards the company. Millions of people had their SSN breached and other personal information stolen. From an on looking perspective it seemed like things couldn’t get worse for Equifax, but it seems that was wrong. Once again Equifax

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Network Segmentation Security

As we all know, cyber attacks are becoming more and more commonly talked about. Defending yourself against a cyber attack can be difficult, there are so many forms of cyber attacks and multiple ways you can try to anticipate them. However, network segmentation is effective for anyone and everyone in helping to slow down the

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Layered email security

We all have loads of emails coming in on a daily, especially if your a business. However we all also receive a bunch of spam, and some that have very bad intent for your security! Phishing attacks are becoming some of the most prominent forms of security breaches. Phishing attacks: Phishing is the attempt to

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Firmware updates aren’t always the best

We at Re2tech make sure to keep our eyes on the radar for any possible security or reliability issues that can arise with technology on a daily basis that may affect you and your business. Recently we had a ping that was unexpected. August 8th was the release of a bunk over-the-air firmware update for

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