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40 percent of small and medium-sized businesses have suffered a security breach due to unsafe web surfing, and nearly one-third still do not have a policy to govern the use of social networking sites, 40% of SMBs suffered breach due … Continue reading
Here’s an example of fake checks that may come to you through responding to emails, online auctions or just out of the blue…don’t cash these type of checks if you receive them…examples of phishing are listed in previous posts. If … Continue reading
Look at this snapshot. Look close. Notice that no matter which link you click, they are exactly the same. Virus, some type of code injection that will leave a key logger? It doesn’t matter, just delete it.