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Archive for March, 2020

New Google Translate Feature Rolled Out For Android Users

Google Translate is one of the company's most popular services, and most of the people who use it dream of the day when it's a full blown Universal Translator. While that's obviously ...

Coronavirus Health Notifications Being Used To Carry Malicious Threats

A Pakistani-based hacking group that goes by a variety of names, including "Transparent Tribe," "APT36," "Mythic Leopard" and others has been discovered to be behind a particularly nasty attack recently. Researchers with ...

Hackers Targeting People Seeking Coronavirus Information On Health Sites

Some people just want to watch the world burn. That seems to be the reason behind the recent attacks on the US Health and Human Services Department website, which serves as a ...

Another Week Another New Ransomware To Be Concerned About

There's a new strain of ransomware to put on your radar. This latest one was discovered by researchers working from SentinelLabs and it has been dubbed Nefilim. Based on the initial research, ...

Over 1 Billion Android Devices No Longer Get Security Updates

According to the latest statistics, there are more than 2.5 billion Android devices in use around the world. That's a lot of devices by any reckoning. According to statistics gathered by Consumer ...

Paradise Ransomware Using Internet Query Files To Deliver Payload

The Paradise ransomware is like a bad penny; it just keeps turning up. The strain first appeared back in 2017, when it was spread far and wide via phishing emails. Then it ...

Malware Is Targeting Cookies On Android Devices To Gain Access

There's a new malware threat to be aware of, called "CookieThief," which is an apt name that describes what the malware does. Honestly though, the Hackers missed the mark here. "CookieMonster" would ...

Intel Graphics Get Update To Address Security Issues

If you have a personal computer that uses Intel technology, you're not going to want to miss the update released in March's Patch Tuesday. The latest update addresses a total of 27 ...

Google Chrome Guest Mode Is Great For Shared Computers

Google has recently rolled out a small but important change to its Chrome browser for Windows, Linux and macOS users. The most recent update adds a 'Default to Guest mode' to the ...

Certain RAM Modules Continue To Have Security Vulnerabilities

Remember the Rowhammer vulnerability that made headlines around the world last year? 2019 saw all sorts of unusual threats, so if you're struggling to recall the details of that one in particular, ...

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Update Windows Display Drivers Soon For Security Fix

Update Windows Display Drivers Soon For Security Fix

If you've got an NVIDIA graphics card in your PC, and odds are pretty good that you do, be aware[...]
Solid State Drives Get Health Monitoring In Windows 10 Update

Solid State Drives Get Health Monitoring In Windows 10 Update

Do you have a solid state drive (SSD) inside your PC? An increasing percentage of newer models are including them,[...]
Software Crack Sites Are Being Used To Distribute Ransomware

Software Crack Sites Are Being Used To Distribute Ransomware

Hackers have long used the lure of software cracks to infect unsuspecting users, but recently, a new group is making[...]

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Since 2015, Cyber Command has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in Orlando, Winter Park, Altamonte Springs, Winter Springs and surrounding areas. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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