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Tag Archives: online privacy

July, 2017

  • 31 July

    15 Important Facts About WannaCry Ransomware Virus

    A cyber-attack is the worst nightmare for everyone, be it an individual or a business. The technology world was rocked by the biggest ever cyber-extortion case, when WannaCry Ransomware hacked more than 200,000 computers within a single weekend. WannaCry is a malicious software that locks data and demands the users for a ransom, threatening to delete everything if they fail ...

May, 2017

  • 16 May

    WannaCry Attacks: What Happened & How To Stay Protected

    Last Friday the National Health Service in the United Kingdom reported outages as a massive malware attack brought down various computers and systems. As news of this broke, other organizations realized they were being hit by the same malware virus. Government bodies and individual users reported experiencing similar attacks. It quickly became obvious that the attacks, which were carried out ...

  • 1 May

    ESET Launches Free Cyber Security Awareness Training

    The number of online threats are steadily rising and more and more of them are wreaking havoc on businesses due to improper staff training and awareness. Unfortunately most businesses just don’t have the necessary budget and resources to train their staff on proper online security measures. ESET wants to help with the launch of a new, totally free, cyber security ...

February, 2017

  • 9 February

    130 Million Ads Rejected Last Year by Bing

    Bing recently released their Ad Quality Year in Review report for 2016 – reviewing the various different actions that Bing has taken towards malicious and misleading ads on their network. The stats are not pretty. Bing rejected 130 million ads and banned 175,000 advertisers – and even with numbers as impressive as these – online malvertising threats still managed to ...

November, 2016

  • 24 November

    Clean Up Your Online Profiles With Deseat.me

    Over your years on the world wide web you have probably created your fair share of online accounts and profiles – some of which you may wish you no longer had. In the days of social logins it’s extremely easy to click “Sign In With Google” and instantly register on a new website. However that instant registration also means that ...

April, 2015

  • 2 April

    Facebook Is Tracking Everyone

    Facebook has been at the center of many privacy debates over the years – and it seems now they’re the focus of yet another. According to a report conducted by the Belgian Privacy Commission Facebook installs digital tracking cookies whenever a user visits any page on the facebook.com domain – such as fan pages, public photos and videos, and public user ...

  • 1 April

    ServInt Joins Coalition to Reform Section 215 of USA PATRIOT Act

    ServInt, a provider of managed cloud hosting for businesses worldwide, today announced it has joined a coalition of more than 40 organizations demanding that the U.S. Congress reform Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act. Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act has been used as the legal basis for the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of telephone metadata. That ...

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