Monthly Archives: November 2019
Here are some signs your Android phone may have a virus or malware. Remember while the external damage is usually visible, internal damage is usually hidden from view.
Android Malware like virus is known to perform repeated tasks that can … Read the rest
How to transfer the 5 FSMO (Flexible Single Master Operations) roles and GUI tools that can be used to move these roles between Active Directory Domain Controllers.
- Schema Master – controls all updates and modifications to the Active
Hackers are using a Fake Windows Update email to inject cyborg ransomware. The email campaign has been found during the latest Windows 10 November 2019 update that was release. Users are getting fake emails regarding this update Windows update and … Read the rest
Many critical vulnerabilities found in Virtual Network Computing (VNC). The VNC software was found to have 37 different memory corruption vulnerabilities and many of these could result in remote code execution. The researchers at Kaspersky said around 600,000 web-accessible servers … Read the rest
During the first week Disney+ Accounts have been Hacked and now ready for sale on the dark web. Users were complaining and reporting losing access to their accounts and unable to stream on twitter when the flags were raised. It … Read the rest
It’s unbelievable how frequent people fall for the Webcam Blackmail or Sextortion emails. I have received a few and it’s quite hilarious and also rude on how they go about writing these emails. I’ll show you how fake Webcam Blackmail … Read the rest
It’s time to be careful during the holidays, Amazon Survey Phishing Emails Ramping Up. If they are hard to belive stay away. Most of these survey phishing, emails are trying to scam you from your Personal Identifiable Information or Amazon … Read the rest