10 Tips on How to Create a Secure Password

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Your password is a guard that keeps all your personal information safe. You wouldn’t leave your front door with easily breakable lock, don’t leave your online accounts either. When choosing a password, there are several things to keep in mind. Finding a right one can take a bit of time…

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Phishing Attacks – Security Awareness

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Phishing is today’s most popular Internet scam. Phishing attacks are so successful as they are usually based on human emotions. Nowadays everyone has an email and fishing emails are sent in a bulk to thousands of targets. So how does it work? (more…)

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In the “Ransomware” News Today…

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“WannaCry, Wcry, and WannaCrypt enter the bank… Hands up! It’s a robbery – shouts one of them! Give us all your money (or just $300 bucks) for a password and no file will be hurt.” (more…)

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Cyber Security: WiFi Security

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Nowadays, many organisations want their employees to be mobile and be able to connect from everywhere. It is an excellent approach, however…. most of the network intrusions and phishing occur through mobile and wi-fi devices. Credentials can easily be phished by cyber-criminals and used to access your confidential data.

Here is one experiment that shows how we make life easy for cyber-criminals:

Awareness and proper solutions ensure a secure environment, confidentiality and integrity of your data. Contact us today, to learn how iRangers delivers appropriate solutions for new business demands.

One Of The Most Important Cyber Security Facts: Staff Security Awareness

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One Of The Most Important Cyber Security Facts: Staff Security Awareness

Information is the most valuable asset that organisations own. Information leakage caused by accident or due to a lack of awareness occur all the time and can cause huge damage to an organisation and even people lives!

Although there is more awareness recently, unfortunately, in many projects we get involved we still see a lot of situations shown in this video. 🙁
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Critical Vulnerability in Adobe Flash

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A critical vulnerability has recently been identified by Adobe in their Flash Player version 23.0.0.185 or earlier. The CVE-2016-7855 vulnerability allows hackers to run malicious code on the affected computer using a Flash file. The existing exploit can potentially grant the hacker the full control over the affected system. Flash…

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How to Enable Split Tunneling on Windows 10 VPN Connections

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In Windows 10 if we click Properties on the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) settings, nothing happens. The button has no code behind it! (Looks like Microsoft forgot to enable this button 🙂 ) So, to enable Split Tunneling in Windows 10 we must use PowerShell: Set-VpnConnection “VPN Connection Name”…

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Stagefright: is your life companion vulnerable

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During the last few days, only the lazy one did not mention the evil Stagefreight vulnerability, allowing vulnerability exploitation just by opening the evil MMS or playing video file prepared in a special way. At the time of discovery, about 95% of all devices were vulnerable. Now the gospel: there…

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Single-Factor (password only) Authentication: It’s NOT Enough Nowadays!

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Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit(TM) (CTU) researchers discovered malware that bypasses authentication on Active Directory (AD) systems that implement single-factor (password only) authentication. Threat actors can use a password of their choosing to authenticate as any user. This malware was given the name “Skeleton Key.” CTU researchers discovered Skeleton Key…

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No More SSL 3.0 at Azure Storage Starting Feb. 20, 2015

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Microsoft plans to disable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 encryption support in its Azure Storage service next month. Azure Storage won’t support the SSL 3.0 security protocol starting on Feb. 20, 2015, the company announced this week. If organizations still have browsers using that that protocol after February 20, then…

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