Bad actors are using HTTPS

In alert issued by the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), scammers are now using fake websites with HTTPS certificates that appear to make the website secure in order to lure victims into providing payment or other sensitive information. Read the entire alert below: Source: https://www.ic3.gov/media/2019/190610.aspx CYBER ACTORS EXPLOIT ‘SECURE’ WEBSITES IN PHISHING CAMPAIGNS Websites

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Symposit partners with DigitalOcean

May 15, 2019 – Symposit LLC announced today that it has become a partner with a leading IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) cloud services provider, DigitalOcean. With the vision of consistently integrating the best cloud and IT services and solutions to its clients, Symposit LLC continuously innovates to keep up with the latest trends in IT; to provide

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Is my Desktop Sharing Software secure?

ATTENTION! WARNING! Cyber Attackers are using Desktop Sharing Software to Target US Businesses Since 2018 until this year, there has been malicious attacks by cyber actors using desktop sharing software to facilitate numerous network invasions of authorized and unauthorized installations to gain access to a victim’s system and inaccessible files. Everyone, whether it is for

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Is Using Public WiFi safe?

Free Wifi is available in coffee shops, restaurants, shopping malls, hotels, airports, libraries -you name it. Millions of people everyday use this doing everything from browsing the internet, checking emails, and just any internet related tasks. Although, most people do not realize even though there is a password to login, free public Wi-Fi is not

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Formjacking?

What is Formjacking? This is not a new form of cyber attack, but it has recently increased since the past year. It is form of JavaScript-code where cyber criminals hack and take control over the functionality of the site’s form page. This malicious JavaScript code is used to steal credit card details and payment form

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iProtection

What is the first thing you grab when you wake up in the morning? Most people would answer this question by saying, their smartphone. Statistics state that an average smartphone user checks their device almost 47 times a day and checks their device within the first hour of waking up or before going to bed.

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IRS Scam Alert!

ATTENTION! ATTENTION! As April 15th approaches and many are stressed and worried about filing their taxes to the IRS. Although many people take this time of the year seriously, there are people who see this as a way to scam people out of money. It usually starts with a random phone call from a person

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