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1203, 2018

How To Recognise Viruses & Malicious Apps On Your Smartphone

March 12th, 2018|blog|

How To Recognise Viruses & Malicious Apps On Your Smartphone
Do you think you might have a virus or malicious app on your smartphone? This guide shows you how to recognise a smartphone virus. We’ll also […]

1203, 2018

Pornhub Advertising Hacked Infecting Millions of Users with Malware

March 12th, 2018|blog|

Pornhub advertising hijacked infecting millions of users with Malware claims cyber security experts.

Proofpoint claims to have uncovered in recent research a large scale attack known as malvertising, which presents fake adverts that encourage web browser […]

503, 2018

Cyber criminals are stealing reward points and airmiles to book luxury holidays

March 5th, 2018|blog|

British couples are finding holidays and hotel rooms booked under alias names as Russian cyber criminals use their reward points and airmiles to enjoy luxury holidays at budget prices.

Research undertaken by security firm Flashpoint has uncovered […]

103, 2018

Snow – What Snow?!

March 1st, 2018|blog|

Greetings from Narnia!

Despite today’s snowy conditions, we wanted to let you all know that we’re still here to support you.

Conditions “up North” are pretty grim, but we’ve got out big coats on and won’t let […]

1501, 2018

Porn Adverts Populating Childrens Apps Due to Malware

January 15th, 2018|blog|

Malware that displays explicit pornographic adverts has been found lurking in 60 apps available on Google’s Play store.

Many of the apps infected with the malware are aimed at children, and some have been downloaded hundreds […]

1812, 2017

Windows passwords hacked!!

December 18th, 2017|blog|

Google Project Zero’s Tavis Ormandy has turned up a howling blunder in a password manager bundled with Windows 10.

On Friday, Ormandy dropped the bug, not in Windows but in the third-party Keeper password manager. He […]

1812, 2017

Are Starbucks using your laptop?

December 18th, 2017|blog|

Starbucks has acknowledged that visitors to one of its branches were unwittingly recruited into a crypto-currency mining operation.

The wi-fi service provided by a branch of the company’s Buenos Aires outlets, who hijacked connected computers to […]

1112, 2017

Apple inside your house?

December 11th, 2017|blog|

The bug appeared in the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system iOS 11.2, and could have let criminals unlock internet-connected doors.

Apple said it had now disabled remote HomeKit access for shared users, as a […]

1112, 2017

Keyloggers found in HP laptops

December 11th, 2017|blog|

For the second time this year, HP has had to create a patch for its laptops, after a security researcher found a driver-level keylogger – and this time, customers might have to check their own […]

412, 2017

World’s First Bitcoin Billionaires

December 4th, 2017|blog|

The twin brothers who sued Mark Zuckerberg claiming he stole the idea for Facebook are worth more than $1bn after capitalizing on the astonishing rise in Bitcoin.

An $11m investment in Bitcoin made by Tyler and […]