IT.ie would like to advise our clients to be on the lookout for a new email scam that’s doing the rounds at the moment. If you receive an email from DNS Ireland, you should simply ignore or right click and block the sender. This is an example of the email that is typically received. We
“It won’t happen to me”. Believe me, it probably will, so don’t be a target. We’re all at risk, no matter how vigilant we are, however the more vigilant you are the less likely you are to fall victim to a cyber-attack. The stakes are high, and you have a responsibility to protect your company’s
SonicWall Capture Labs are reporting that a new variant of the FILESLOCKER ransomware is actively spreading. FilesL0cker RAN$OMWARE (aslo known as FilesLocker) is a ransomware that encrypts files on your computer, effectively locking you out. As with all ransomware the cybercriminals will demand a ransom, payable in bitcoin, to allow you access your own files.
Unfortunately the scammers aren’t going away and I think it’s fair to say that this is going to get worse before it gets better and that’s if it gets better at all. The fact is that despite the efforts of the many security companies to stay ahead of the cyber-criminals, it can be extremely difficult to stop
Have you ever wondered if your Twitter account has been hacked and who may have gained access to it? While a bit late to the party, after Google and Facebook, Twitter now lets you know any and all devices that have logged into your account. Twitter has also rolled out a new security feature for