How One Simple Trick Just Put Out That Huge Ransomware FireFriday, May 12, 2017  Swati KhandelwalPublished BY: massive ransomware campaign hit computer systems of hundreds of private companies and public organizations across the globe – which is believed to be the most massive ... Read More »

14th May 2017

Security Adobe released patches and security bulletins today for yet another batch of "critical" security flaws, including flaws that allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. [We advise removing Adobe Flash from your systems because of its constant stream of security flaws and exploitation.] APSB17-15 • Adobe Flash ... Read More »

10th May 2017

Massive Google Docs OAuth Phishing Attack Spreading via EmailReceived by email. OAuth oversight allowed Google Docs ‘worm’ to spread like wildfire Update: For now, it looks like the Google Docs OAuth phishing attack is over. Cloudflare has killed the domain behind the attack. Google has revoked the app’s authentication token, and ... Read More »

4th May 2017
New safety rules for recreational drone use take immediate effect

News Release From Transport Canada Transport Canada introduces measures to protect Canadians from reckless drone use March 16, 2017              Toronto, Ontario                        Transport Canada Canadians expect to feel safe on the ground and in the sky. The number of incidents involving ... Read More »

1st May 2017
OSX Malware is Catching Up

The year 2017 is proving to be the year of due diligence, security, and protecting yourself at all times. We are republishing this article because it is important for Mac users as well as Windows users to ensure their data and their clients data are secure and free of any virus, Malware, or trogons. OSX Malware is Catching Up, and it wants to ... Read More »

28th Apr 2017
Stingray surveillance in Canada?

Published by OPENMEDIAThursday, April 27, 2017Recently, the RCMP was finally forced to admit - for the first time ever - that they’ve been spying on Canadian cellphones.1 The reason for this sudden u-turn was shocking: an investigation revealed that politicians themselves were possible victims of spying, after Stingray surveillance devices were ... Read More »

27th Apr 2017
Hackers stole credit card data from Holiday Inn locations

Hackers stole credit card data from more than 1,000 Holiday Inn locations and other hotels. The hotel chain that owns Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, InterContinental and other brands said credit card information of their guests may have been stolen last year at thousands of locations, including more than 100 in Canada. British-based InterContinental ... Read More »

21st Apr 2017
Certificate Authority Authorization | Mandatory Checking Later in 2017

Certificate Authority Authorization Checking Will Become Mandatory In 2017     Certificate Authority Authorization Protects Domain Owners From Mis-Issuance. Starting soon, new rules will make Certificate Authority Authorization (CAA) checking mandatory. Certificate Authority Authorization (CAA), not to be confused with the Canadian ... Read More »

21st Apr 2017
Hackers Dump Cache of NSA Tools

Hackers Dump Cache of NSA Tools Putting Millions of Windows Users in Danger Andrew OrrApr 14th, 2017 6:28 PM Hacker group Shadow Brokers dumped a new cache of NSA tools on Friday, and some are calling it, “the worst thing since Snowden.” Shadow Brokers has released other NSA tools, including a cache of old Linux ... Read More »

14th Apr 2017

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTIn order to protect our clients data and to provide a more modern environment. We have undertaken a major upgrade to the front end of our website and the back-end Client Care Portal. We have also upgraded and taken advantage of a new EV type Security Certificate. These new certificates provide greater security, a GREEN BAR upon ... Read More »

15th Feb 2017

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