On April 22, 2017, we will join our fellow Americans in celebrating Earth Day. This unique holiday has been celebrated across the nation since 1970. The day was designed to build awareness and appreciation for our environment and consider new ways that our society can make the earth a healthier …

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Ever since I gave birth to twin girls, people have been asking all sorts of questions about what my life is like now. My answer? My life is hectic — very, very hectic. There’s not a lot of time for sleeping, eating or staying in touch with friends …

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If you haven’t noticed yet, there is a new iPhone update to version 10.3. It was just released to fix a vulnerability that would allow a popup box to be displayed and then put into a continuous loop in the Safari browser. Since Apple’s patch has …

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The scammers are still eagerly trying to steal your Online Banking sign in details and other personal information. In the latest scam, university staff members have been targeted with an email message informing them that they will be offered a pay raise in the very near future. However, to get …

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Fake social media pages are abundant. The social media security company ZeroFox analyzed over 40,000 fake social media websites and found that the number of these increased 11 times between 2014 and 2016. More than 50 percent of them impersonated brands and offered up phony coupons or bogus giveaways …

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If someone told you that for the cost of a new car, you could buy a house, would you believe them? Not only is this true, but it’s actually a growing trend. The catch? Your house will only be slightly larger than the size of that new car …

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Americans are increasing their debt levels According to a new study of Federal Reserve data, Americans’ debt level is on the rise. In fact, the report found that Americans are about to hit a point where they have more debt than during the recent recession. The study found that the …

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Kaspersky Labs has released some interesting numbers regarding phishing in 2016.  According to them, nearly 50% of the phishing attacks that were registered in that year were designed and executed specifically to steal money from victims. That’s an increase of 13.14 percent over the previous year. Phishing for …

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The mobile device gateway product Wandera has found that many of the apps we install on our devices leak a surprising amount of information to anyone who chooses to capture it. It doesn’t take an experienced hacker either, but merely someone who may be sitting in the corner of …

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Banking Trojans are one of the top tools cyber thieves deploy in order to make a buck. These are strictly designed to steal login credentials and/or to take the money right out of a victim’s account. They also often target other financial applications that are connected to financial …

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