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Solorigate Protect Against

CISA's alert

Using Microsoft 365 Defender to Protect Against Solorigate Microsoft security researchers continue to investigate and respond to the sophisticated cyberattack known as Solorigate (also referred to as Sunburst by FireEye) involving a supply chain compromise and the subsequent compromise of cloud assets. While the related investigations and impact assessments are ongoing, Microsoft is providing visibility into the attack chains…

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Biggest threat to industrial control systems since Stuxnet

As your IT security provider, we wanted to update you on some recent breaking news. ESET has discovered a new malware strain designed specifically to target industrial control systems-such as electric power grids. The malware, detected by ESET as Win32/Industroyer, is believed to have been used in the December 2016 attack on Ukraine’s power grid that caused a major…

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Dictionary Attack

Hacked how, my password is mycutepuppy … A dictionary attack is a technique or method used to breach the computer security of a password-protected machine or server. A dictionary attack attempts to defeat an authentication mechanism by systematically entering each word in a dictionary as a password or trying to determine the decryption key of an encrypted message or…

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Why do they still use Windows XP?

A lot of Large organizations still use Microsoft Windows XP. Riddled with security vulnerabilities, is there really any excuse for running an obsolete operating system? Jungle Computer 67 – 69 Public Square 6th Floor Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18701-2500 Talk to a Jungle Computer Professional … 570.970.6555 | PHONE info@junglecomputer.com

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Why you need ransomware protection

Protect your computers … MALWAREBYTES 3 & ESET Internet Security Why you need ransomware protection In 2016, the U.S. Department of Justice revealed that the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) had received nearly 7,700 public complaints regarding ransomware since 2005, totaling $57.6 million in damages. Those damages include ransoms paid—generally $200 to $10,000, according to the FBI—as well as…

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