Phishing Is Still Enemy #1.

Phishing Is Still Enemy #1.

Phishing is still Enemy # 1. New information from Osterman Research shows that over a 10-year timespan,  and since mid-2014, phishing has taken over from Web and still remains the No.1 network infection vector. Below are some of the most common phishing emails that have been used in the past to hijack users accounts. Please take note of these e-mails subject lines and if you see […]

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Apple Mac Programs to stay away from (Malware)

Apple Mac Programs to stay away from (Malware)

I recently worked on a Macbook Air that was experiencing an issue with malware. Over the years I have worked on infected Macbooks but this was one of the worse infected machines I have seen in a while. I ran a typical virus scan using AVAST for MAC  since this Apple had no antivirus installed on it. Avast was able to detect more than 160 […]

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Another bump in the road with the Windows 10 Anniversary update

Another bump in the road with the Windows 10 Anniversary update

I was running a clean Windows 10 install on a customers computer and after I had installed office Antivirus and other various programs. I proceeded to run Windows updates as I always do only to have it hang at 84% and would never finish. A reboot of the computer would just revert the machine back to the pre-windows anniversary update. I did an extensive google […]

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Windows 10 Reboot Loops?

Windows 10 Reboot Loops?

In early October  Microsoft delivered Windows 10 Build 14393.222, which on the surface seemed like any of the other countless updates that came before it. However, many users encountered countless reboots as the update attempted to install, only to fail repeatedly. “For your affected machines, there’s no need to keep attempting the install. It’ll keep failing. In the meantime, hold tight! Microsoft eventually identified the problem, stating […]

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