PlayStation and Xbox Users Hacked

Jordan Kadlec

The personal details of over 2.5 million PlayStation and Xbox users has been hacked on PSP ISO and Xbox ISO forums. These forums aren’t directly linked to the distributors of the gaming counsels…

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January Ransomware in Review

Jordan Kadlec

2017 has arrived, and ransomware definitely isn’t going anywhere. In fact, ransomware attacks are expected to double compared to the numbers of 2016. While that doesn’t seem like a terrible increase,…

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Should I Worry About Getting Hit by Ransomware?

Jordan Kadlec

In 2016, ransomware attacks quadrupled in number over those in 2015. 2017 cybersecurity statistics for ransomware are projected to double again over the number of attacks in 2016. The threat from…

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Cyber Ransom v. Ransomware

Jordan Kadlec

By now, we have all heard about ransomware as it has taken over the cybersecurity scene over the last couple of years. However, we want to make sure that everyone is clear about the difference…

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Satan Ransomware-As-A-Service

Jordan Kadlec

It’s no secret that 2016 was the ‘Year of Ransomware.’ While we don’t know for certain what 2017 holds, could it be the ‘Year of Ransomware-As-A-Service?’ Over the last two weeks, two…

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2016 Cybersecurity Review

Jordan Kadlec

2016 was an extremely busy year for cybercriminals. Between all of the data breaches that occurred, there were nearly 2 billion accounts compromised. In this article, we will review the ‘Top 5 Data…

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December Ransomware in Review

Jordan Kadlec

December was an extremely busy month for cybercriminals as several new versions of ransomware were released. The holiday season increases Internet traffic to 50% of the world’s population using the…

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Cybersecurity Threats Over Christmas

Jordan Kadlec

Contrary to popular belief, Black Friday is not the busiest shopping day of the year. In fact, it is the third busiest, ranking behind Super Saturday and the day after Christmas. Super Saturday is…

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Popcorn Time Ransomware Spreading Christmas Cheer!

Jordan Kadlec

Cybercriminals are taking ransomware to another level with the latest variant named Popcorn Time. The new malware gives users the option of paying the ransom of one bitcoin (about $772), or they can…

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RATs Everywhere

Jordan Kadlec

Remote Access Trojans, or RATs for short, are malicious programs that run invisibly on host PCs and permit an intruder remote access and control. On a basic level, many RATs mimic the functionality…

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