Tag Archives: hacking

Poison Tap – How $5 can hack your password locked computer.


So the world of computer security once again gets flipped on its ear. There you are at your workstation, you need to go get a coffee or have a bathroom break and as per company policy you “lock” your computer … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a spam scam


We often get calls from clients in a panic asking about strange emails they’ve received and whether or not they are legit. We can usually answer just from a description of the email if it’s a fake scam or something real. … Continue reading

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Apple and iCloud security and the lack of it


A big shout out to Ars Technica for doing the work to research this after last week’s iCloud breach and continuing it after the breathless Apple hype for their new(ish) devices. If you have an iPhone, iPad or even one … Continue reading

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Another Scam for Google Docs users


Hi All, another more intrusive scam is out there where a fake email with somebody you know will appear asking you to login to your Google docs account to open a document. We have heard that these are actively monitored … Continue reading

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