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Jun 21
2016

Hackers hacking Banks big time

Posted by Robert Siciliano in hacking , hacker , cyber crime

Robert Siciliano

“Anonymous” is an activist hacking group that has recently boasted that it will engage in 30 days of cyber assaults against “all central banks,” reports an article on cnbc.com.

Jun 16
2016

Phishing Protection 101

Posted by Robert Siciliano in phishing scams , Phishing email , phishing

Robert Siciliano

Phishing-type e-mails are designed to trick the recipient into either downloading a virus (which then gives the hacker remote control of the computer) or revealing enough information for the thief to open credit cards in the victim’s name, get into their bank account, etc.

Jun 14
2016

Government risks Consumers' Identities

Posted by Robert Siciliano in consumer scams , consumer privacy , Consumer Fraud

Robert Siciliano

Guess who may be compromising the security of your Social Security Number.

Jun 10
2016

How the FBI hacks You

Posted by Robert Siciliano in hacking , hacker , FBI

Robert Siciliano

In a recent Wired.com expose’, they expose how the FBI has been secretly hacking civilian computers for about 20 years, but thanks to Rule 41, their ability to hack has been expanded.

Jun 08
2016

Business Credit Scores 101

Posted by Robert Siciliano in small business , business security

Robert Siciliano

Are you a small business? Do you know your business’s credit score? The range is zero to 100 for most credit reporting agencies, with at least 75 being desirable if you want to be approved for financing and trade credit (business loan or line of credit), says a report at nav.com and from Gerri Detweiler’s new book, Finance Your Own Business.

Jun 01
2016

10 Ways to Protect your WordPress Site or Blog from Hackers

Posted by Robert Siciliano in Online Security , online safety , online privacy , hacker

Robert Siciliano

As much as you try, the unfortunate truth is that hackers are going to try to attack and access your WordPress website or blog, whether you like it or not. So, it is up to you to make sure you make the hacker’s job as difficult as possible. Here are some tips:

May 28
2016

Ransomware Hackers provide Customer Service Dept. to Victims

Posted by Robert Siciliano in Spy Hackers , ransomware , hacker , cybercriminal

Robert Siciliano

Yes, believe it or not, ransomware has become such a booming business for thieves, that these cyber thugs even provide bona fide customer service departments to guide their victims!

May 27
2016

Parents legally can spy on their Kids

Posted by Robert Siciliano in kids safety , kids privacy , kids online safety

Robert Siciliano

Just because something is legal, does that mean you should do it? In the case of spying on your kids’ phone activities, some say yes. Though the very same mode of operation is illegal in most states when the eavesdropper is your boss or anyone else and you’re the “eavesdropee,” this same mechanism is legal and encouraged for parents to their kids.

May 25
2016

Hacker for hire a rising Trend

Posted by Robert Siciliano in trojan , russian hacker , ethical hacker , Criminal Hackers

Robert Siciliano

Hackers and wannabe hackers can easily purchase cheap tools of the trade online. The security firm Dell SecureWorks Inc. confirms this in their latest report and adds that underground markets for hackers, including those from Russia, is thriving.

May 11
2016

Beware of the CEO E-mail Scam

Posted by Robert Siciliano in Phishing email , online scams , email security

Robert Siciliano

Beware of the B.E.C. scam, says a report at fbi.gov. The hackers target businesses and are good at getting what they want.

Apr 28
2016

Yes, Macs Can get Malware

Posted by Robert Siciliano in Untagged 

Robert Siciliano

So Macs can be infected with malware. Who would have ever thought? The malware at issue here is the dreaded ransomware. Ransomware scrambles up your files, and the hacker at the helm says he’ll give you the cyber “key” in exchange for a handsome payment.

Apr 25
2016

What's the best Antivirus for You?

Posted by Robert Siciliano in Virus , Online Security , antivirus

Robert Siciliano

There are so many things to consider when it’s time to purchase antivirus software, but don’t let all the options overwhelm you. Take your time and don’t get too fixated on every little detail. Some systems will definitely conform more to your needs than others. But many people simply go with what seems to be the most popular or reputable antivirus company.

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