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SMBs need to take immediate action on Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities

There’s been a lot in the news recently about a new series of vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft Exchange and attacks against those vulnerabilities. According to security writer Brian Krebs, over 30,000 organizations in the United States — and possib…

SMBs need to take immediate action on Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities

There’s been a lot in the news recently about a new series of vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft Exchange and attacks against those vulnerabilities. According to security writer Brian Krebs, over 30,000 organizations in the United States — and possib…

How to Stay Cyber Safe While Social-Distancing

Do you find yourself working from home these days? Kids off school too? Then your daily life is set to change super-fast. Yes, there is so much to organise to implement this essential ‘social distancing’ strategy. But in the flurry to get everyone set up, it’s essential that we don’t cut corners, make rash decisions […]

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Safer Internet Day 2020

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What Can You Do To Make The Internet a Better Place In 2020, you’d be hard-pressed to find an Aussie teen who doesn’t spend a fair whack of their time online. And while many of us parents don’t always love the time our offspring spend glued to screens, most of us have come to accept […]

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How to Ensure You Don’t Fall Victim to a Holiday Scam this Festive Season

If Benjamin Franklin were alive today, I have no doubt that he’d revise his famous quote: ‘Nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes’ to include online holiday scams! For there is no question that online scammers and cybercriminals love the festive season! The bulk of us are time-poor, stressed, and sporting […]

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Flaw Allows Phony Provisioning Alerts on Androids | Avast

Cybersecurity researchers have identified a critical flaw in the Android smartphones built by Samsung, Huawei, LG, and Sony, whereby a bad actor could potentially infiltrate a victim’s phone using a phony provisioning message. Mobile operators send out…