Monthly Archives: October 2017

Refresh Your Approach to Wi-Fi to Protect from KRACK Attacks

Recent research has brought to light a vulnerability in WPA2, the security certification commonly used alongside WPA. Key reinstallation attacks (KRACK) can bypass WPA2 to access wireless attached devices and gain personal information like passwords and credit card numbers. This can also extract sensitive data that was assumed to be encrypted and inject malware or […]

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Rolls Out

This week, Microsoft rolled out its Fall Creators Update for Windows 10. The update features a number of nice features for personal use, such as increased readiness for virtual reality devices and game security, but here are the major takeaways for businesses: My People: Microsoft now allows you to store favorite contacts in the task […]

Microsoft Surface Hub: How the Office White Board Disappeared

The conference room table hums with conversation as your co-workers arrive and seat themselves for the meeting. You’re ready to begin the session and the presentation. The room’s whiteboard isn’t. The first two markers you pick up are dry as a bone. The eraser is just plain MIA. Your meeting is off to a bad […]

False Adobe Flash Updates Plague Equifax

Following the news of the massive hack of Equifax, the beleaguered company now faces another challenge: vulnerable code. Late last week, visitors to Equifax’s complaints page were greeted by a popup for a false Adobe Flash update. The false Adobe installer instead placed malicious adware on impacted devices, specifically Adware.Eorezo, known for bombarding infected computers […]