Caribou Coffee Chain Breach

Caribou Coffee Has Suffered a Data Breach One of the most popular caffeine serving businesses, Caribou Coffee, has become the target and the victim of a data breach to their Point Of Sale (POS) systems in 239 different locations, estimating to about 40 percent of all their stores.   As a result of this breach, there

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CenturyLink Blocked Customers To Show Ad

CenturyLink Has Stopped Customers’ Internet Access to Show a Software Ad Despite the constant bashing that companies get for abusing their power and services over their customers, CenturyLink still felt like it was a good idea to cut off their services to customers’ internet access in order to promote their security software.  Utah customers went

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Google Chrome Update For Trap Websites

Websites That Won’t Let You Go “Back” The internet may be full of wondrous places and things to see, but there are also some things that can be rather pesky and frustrating, something we have all most certainly come across on our interweb adventures, the websites that won’t let us go “back”. There are websites

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Data Destruction 2018

Data Destruction & GDPR Half a Year It’s been almost half a year since the General Data Protection Regulation has been in full effect, and by now, there should be most if not all organizations that are in compliance with the new regulations in order to responsibly handle their clients and customers’ data.  In order

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Microsoft Admits..

Windows Users Are Underpaid Testers In Windows We Lack Trust… Windows 10 hasn’t had the strongest run throughout it’s time in the limelight. Many of the more tech savvy users have been, as of late especially, weary about installing any windows OS updates for fear of some major “unresolved” issue. Back in October at the

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Online Fraud Schemes

8 People Charged with Advertising Fraud There are those who use their knowledge for good, and those who use it for evil. Just this past Tuesday there were eight people identified as using their knowledge for evil, for the purpose of filling their pockets with the ever-sought green bills. Their game involved using fraudulent online

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Hackers for Good and Evil

How Hackers are Developing Two Paths Hackers We often read about stories involving hackers and malware, viruses, and phishing attempts, but what hasn’t gained track yet is the concept of morally refined hackers. As if a form of balancing the world, there has been an increase in hacker activity, but not in the manner you

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School Funding Gone Missing Due to Lack of Cybersecurity

Atlantic City Schools Missing Funds Galloway Schools Lacking Cyber Security Many school district employees, including substitute teachers, totaling near 800 people were affected by a recent cybersecurity incident. This incident involved a missing amount of funds, totaling around $200,000. As of September 27th, the Galloway School districts became aware of two fraudulent wire transfers, each

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Avoiding Windows 10 October Update

Windows Newest Update Features Bugs On our most recent article, we broke down the new features and details of Microsoft’s Windows 10 October update which has been in the making for a while now, and the last major update for Windows this year. Since writing the article, the internet has been taken by storm with comments

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Apple Made a Rotten Deal?

Lawsuit Against Apple for Modem Technology Leaks Apple, one of the largest technology corporations is in a lawsuit filed by Qualcomm for the stealing of modem technology. Over the past few years Apple’s relationship has been growing sour with Qualcomm because of the technology that is used involving modem technology. Qualcomm is claiming that Apple

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