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Wi-Fi Vulnerability exposed

A huge vulnerability in Wi-Fi that fundamentally breaks the security we use to protect our wireless networks was exposed on Monday. The exploit breaches a newly found vulnerability in WPA2, the security protocol used to safeguard all modern Wi-Fi networks,[...]

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Goldeneye – ExPetr Petya-esque Ransomware

Earlier this morning, many businesses around the world were hit by a new Petya-esque ransomware attack. Tens of thousands of infections have been reported globally, just one month after the WanaCrypt0r outbreak. Customers using Malwarebytes Endpoint Security are protected against[...]

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Ransomware – We’re here to help

Ransomware has been a pervasive and dangerous threat to the business community for over five years. Seems like everywhere you turn, there’s another story about a new ransomware attack. And then, on Friday, May 12, the big one hit: WanaCrypt0r[...]

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    Its a true fact that every day we are hearing the negative side of Brexit and even through the economy and business members are all staying positive, there is that small feeling of uncertainly, mainly created by the[...]

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Ransomware attacks are on the rise. Here are four good reasons why you shouldn’t pay to get your data back — and one reason why people do

When a demand for your money or your data pops up on a critical system, you have only a short period of time to decide whether to respond to a ransomware attack. Online extortion is on the increase, as criminals[...]

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System Force 10th Birthday Party and Gala Supporting Kingfisher Treasure Seekers (

Tonight we have our 10th Birthday party celebrating 10 years of I.T. Support Excellence. We wanted to celebrate 10 years supporting our clients, and we wanted to do something different, in this case we are putting on a GALA (#sfitgala).[...]

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Adobe patches Flash bug that’s being exploited to install ransomware

Adobe issued an emergency update to its Adobe Flash Player software Saturday after researchers discovered a vulnerability that was being exploited to deliver ransomware (variants of Cerber ransomware). Flash has over one billion users, so odds are you may be[...]

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RANSOM32 – The First Javascript Ransomware

Ransom32, the first Javascript ransomware for Windows, Mac and Linux.                   Ransomware has been the cause of a lot of grief over the past year. It’s a nasty piece of software that[...]

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Openreach Faults – ADSL SFI Appointment Availablility

Extended lead times for SFI appointment availability Some parts of the UK have experienced very adverse weather conditions over recent weeks. As such our supplier Openreach is experiencing very high fault volumes in some locations causing extended lead-times for SFI[...]

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How secure is your password?

How many seconds would it take to break you password? With the security breaches in the press of late such as iCloud, Talk-Talk there has been a lot of talk about weak passwords and lazy users. A password is a[...]

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