Category Archives: Urgent News

Microsoft Issues Urgent Warning: Update Your PC Immediately

    Microsoft Issues Urgent Warning: Update Your PC Immediately The security flaw, known as “PrintNightmare”, affects the Windows Print Spooler service in all versions of Windows. Microsoft is urging all Windows users to immediately install an update after a serious system exploit was found by researchers. The vulnerability is known as “PrintNightmare”. It affects the Windows Print… Read More »

RockYou2021: Over 8 Billion Passwords Stolen

    RockYou2021: Over 8 Billion Passwords Stolen On Saturdays, we try to feature something different or something important. Today, we’re featuring something important. Over eight billion passwords were stolen in the world’s largest password collection compiled from previous data leaks and breaches.  Today’s article comes via Cybernews and we want to bring it to your attention because… Read More »

Widespread Malware Campaign Affecting Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge

    Widespread Malware Campaign Affecting Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge Our mission is to help you with your computer and to help keep you safe. Yesterday, I read a blog post from one of Microsoft security blogs that captured my attention. Before we get started, if you’re using Emsisoft, you’re protected from this malware and its variants. … Read More »

New Critical Security Bug in Chrome – Update Now 

    New Critical Security Bug in Chrome – Update Now  Google has issued a security warning for all users of its Chrome web browser. A new update for Chrome — version 81.0.4044.113 — is rolling out for Windows, Android, and Linux devices. According to Google’s Chrome Releases Blog: “…Security Fixes and Rewards Note: Access to bug details… Read More »

Be Careful! Don’t Fall for COVID-19 Scams

    Be Careful! Don’t Fall for COVID-19 Scams An Important Reminder to help you stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic! We received several emails yesterday with the subject line… “Government Response to Coronavirus COVID-19”  The email (spam) appeared to have come from an organization called  Natural Disasters Monitoring (PAHO).  The “from” address was backoffice@pahofinity.xyz – which is… Read More »