Emotet Botnet Stopped by FBI

The FBI and multiple other security agencies around the world have spent years battling against this botnet infrastructure and they have finally won! Emotet malware was originally discovered in 2014 has been running wild and infecting systems worldwide. Infected computers typically have their personal information stolen and their systems locked by ransomware. What makes this […]

WhatsApp Malware on Android

New WhatsApp exploit automatically replies to your contacts with malware-infected links on Android OS! Be very careful while using WhatsApp as this new attack looks to install malware on your Android device. Once installed this malware gains access to your personal information and starts spreading to other contacts on your phone! How is this done? […]

New Computer? Here’s some tips

Purchased a new computer and are eager to start using it? Well, there are plenty of steps you can take to optimize your computer use. PCMag has created a listen of 11 crucial steps you should do right away! These steps include de-bloating your system from pre-existing software you do not need, choosing and installing […]

USB Cable That Hacks Your System!

USB Cables are on the attack! Most cybercriminals attempt to gain access to your personal information or computer via phishing attempts or malicious files, but one hacker has developed a unique tool to help him do his bidding. This tool is a simple USB cable. How is this possible? Well these USB cables are fitted […]

New – Windows 10 File Recovery

Back in June of 2020, Microsoft released an excellent new file recovery tool called Windows File Recovery. This helped users recover files that may have been deleted by mistake. Unfortunately, the initial release was a bit confusing and difficult to use. Thankfully, Microsoft has updated its tool to make it more streamlined and simplified. This […]

What is new on Windows

Sometimes Windows updates can do more harm than good, thankfully in this case these features are extremely helpful. The 6 new and exciting features that just came to Windows operating systems in the October update are -Edge Browser Updates -A redesigned start menu -New notification settings -Changes to tablet mode -Changes to overall computer settings […]

Do you need local admin rights?

When settings up a user profile on a computer there are many different options and settings to choose from to optimize performance. For many users having local admin rights is a normal part of a profile setup and the risks of having this level of privileges are often overlooked. Why is having admin rights a […]

Microsoft Breached? What We Know

Even Microsoft could not escape the attack that has affected government institutes and thousands of companies around the world. This attack was the result of IT management and remote monitoring software, Solarwinds, becoming compromised by hackers. Once this software was compromised it allowed backdoors into the systems it was installed upon. Microsoft has confirmed it […]

Harmful Chrome Browser Extensions

Browser extensions are a helpful way to improve your internet browsing experience, however, some extensions can be malicious! While there are many web browser extensions that aid us by providing services such as blocking ads and trackers or helping us with our grammar there are also some extensions that actively hinder and hurt our online […]

Google Play Apps At Risk For Exploit

A months-old vulnerability is still affecting some popular apps from the Google Play store. While Google was quick to patch this bug back in March, not all developers have gone through the necessary steps in order to ensure their apps are safe. As much as 8{6297dfd3ed7941917dfb53bc7d21038112f456bada62d50765d254462ee1414a} of apps on the Google Play store are currently vulnerable […]