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New Malware Designed To Go After Linux Systems

Linux systems aren't targeted by hackers as often as Windows and iOS-based systems, but they're certainly not immune.

Recently, security researchers have discovered a new strain of malware developed by Chinese hackers, specifically for the purpose ...

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Fast Food Chain Hit By Malware And Data Breach


Do you have a Checkers or Rally's fast food location near you? Is it your go-to fast food joint? If so, be advised that they're the latest company to fall victim to a hacking attack.

The company recently discovered evidence of malware on its pay...

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Scammers Now Use Google Ads To Steal Information

There's a new scam afoot that involves using Google Ads.

We're frankly surprised that it's working, but apparently, it's drawing some unsuspecting customers in. It appears to be an organized campaign.

The unknown scam artists are creating ads wi...

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Password Policies Getting Update From Microsoft

Industry experts have been predicting the death of the humble password for decades. To date, those predictions have amounted to nothing.

Passwords are still with us, and still serve as the cornerstone of security, even as other measures have aris...

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Persistent Banking Trojan Virus Launches New Phishing Scam


The venerable banking Trojan known as Q-bot is back in the news, having recently been spotted in the wild as part of a sophisticated new phishing campaign designed to claim a new generation of victims.

Q-bot is one of the oldest bankin...

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MySpace Permanently Lost Large Amounts Of User Data


Are you or were you a MySpace user? If so, we have bad news. The struggling company recently announced that when they attempted to migrate all user data to new servers, something in the process went wrong. This is one of the many reasons why ...

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Millions Of Toyota Customers Possibly Affected By Data Breach


In recent months, Japan is a nation under cyber-siege, with several high-profile attacks having been made against the country. The most recent attack targeted Toyota. If you own a Toyota or Lexus, it's possible that at least some o...

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SpartanTec Wilmington setup our computer networks and it works great. The technicians in the field have tablets and complete our specs while at the location and send it directory to the office. The customer is invoiced before the technician reaches the next location. This has increased our cash flow and we know that our customers information is secure. Thanks for all your help.
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I stopped in by Spartan Tec yesterday to check them out. They are very knowledgeable about computer networks and internet security. I have hired them for IT services in my stores in Shallotte, North Carolina and Conway, South Carolina. They answered all my questions in a way I could understand what they will do for me and my peace of mind. Thank you for being so helpful.
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