Cloud Services: Will It Be There When You Need It?.

How much should you (or can you) trust the cloud to be there when you need it? Last week, the top US internet sites went dark, on and off, for a couple of hours or so due to a historically unprecedented denial of service attack (DDoS). Over the past week, we’ve learnt that the assault […] read more

California Accountants Hacked To File Fraudulent Tax Returns.

Time has shown that all types of businesses are targets for hacking. The big ones, because they have money. The small and medium-sized businesses, because they have money, although less of it than big enterprises. Stories of phishing or hacking into computers that host electronic banking activities have popped up in the news frequently. Here’s […] read more

TrueCrypt Users Being Infected With Malware “StrongPity”.

It’s not often than abandoned software makes news, but never say never. Apparently, certain hackers are distributing installers for TrueCrypt and WinRAR – respectively, a discontinued encryption program and a file compression tool – that have been infected with malware called “StrongPity”. The problem for people who are affected by the malware is that the […] read more

Yahoo: 2 Years Late In Announcing Data Breach, Decided Not To Improve Security.

Yahoo is full of surprises as of late. Just last week, the company revealed that they had a massive data breach in 2014 – a situation made more scandalous because it was the media, not the company responsible, that spilled the beans. The scandal then grew larger when it was revealed that Yahoo had been […] read more