secure wifi table

If you peek inside a typical SMB – whether it’s a coffee shop, clothing store, or a clinic, it should reveal a lot of wireless devices (tablets, smartphones, etc.) with little to no hardware in sight. Behind the scenes, wireless solutions such as access points provide many valuable features not only for your own business, […]

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A Reddit user found a weird program called test.exe attached to a mod for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The program apparently steals your Chrome passwords, and sends them off to the mod creator. One might guess that perhaps a malicious criminal snuck this trojan into the developers mod… but nope! The developers claim they did it […]

Read More – Backdoored Flight Simulator – Daily Security Byte





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According to MalwareByte security researchers, criminals have forced around 800 thousand Android devices mine Monero cryptocurrency. Watch the Daily Byte video below to learn more, and remember to add security software to you Android devices.  Episode Runtime: 2:31 Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LV1Y9A6-2V4 EPISODE REFERENCES: Hundreds of thousands of Android devices forced to crypto-mine – MalwareBytes […]

Read More – Android CryptoJacking – Daily Security Byte





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In February, Adobe released an emergency, out-of-cycle update to fix two zero day vulnerabilities in their popular web browser plug-in; Flash Player. According to researchers, North Korean threat actors have used one of these exploits in attacks against South Korean targets. If you use Flash, or have a browser that ships with it, download and […]

Read More – Nation-State Flash 0day – Daily Security Byte





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iOS iBoot Leak – Daily Security Byte



An unknown actor posted Apple’s iOS bootloader source code to Github. Why is this a big deal? Source code leaks can make it much easier for security researchers and criminals to find software vulnerabilities in products. Watch today’s video to learn more about what some call the biggest source code leak ever.  Episode Runtime: […]

Read More – iOS iBoot Leak – Daily Security Byte





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iot botnet monster

That’s a question many in the security industry have been asking themselves. IoT botnets are networks of insecure IoT devices like webcams and DVRs that have been taken over by a piece of malware and controlled by a single attacker. This nefarious practice grabbed the spotlight in 2016 when the Mirai botnet disrupted internet usage […]

Read More – IoT Botnets Are Evolving – How Big Can They Get?





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By now you’re probably extremely used to Microsoft and Adobe’s cyclical Patch Day on the second Tuesday of each month. However, familiarity is no excuse for carelessness. Even if it seems never-ending, patching is one of the easiest things you can do to improve you organization’s security. Watch the video below for a quick summary […]

Read More – Feb. 2018 Patch Day – Daily Security Byte





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Crayon heart

Happy Valentine’s Day! In honor of today, WatchGuard CTO Corey Nachreiner wrote a guest article on Help Net Security that celebrates the everlasting romance between black hat hackers and security neophytes. User error can cause even the most secure system to fail and attackers have been relying on uneducated people making security mistakes since the dawn of the internet. […]

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secure wifi worker

Technology has changed the way everyone does business. Organizations of all sizes and across all industries are facing increased pressure from customers, vendors, and even employees to offer secure and fast wireless access. Wi-Fi is a necessity that has become all about convenience, security, and performance.  According to Hotel Chatter, 94% of people cite Wi-Fi […]

Read More – How to Stay Competitive with Secure Wi-Fi Now and into the Future





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