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Gmail Blocks Millions Of COVID-19 Phishing Emails Daily

Google’s popular Gmail service has been busy. In a typical day, the company’s email system blocks more than a hundred million phishing emails. During the last week alone, the company […]

Beware Of Phishing Emails Appearing As From The Federal Government

The Digital Security firm Inky reports that they’ve discovered a new, disturbing phishing campaign you should be aware of. The company has spotted a disturbing number of scam emails purporting […]

New Windows 10 Disk Cleanup Feature Coming Soon

If you’re a veteran Windows user, you’ve almost certainly made frequent use of the “Disk Cleanup” feature, which has been a standard part of the OS for what feels like […]

Ransomware Targets Company Working On A COVID-19 Vaccine

It’s common knowledge that hackers are highly opportunistic and certainly not above targeting children, the sick and the dying if there’s money to be made. Even so, attacking a drug […]

Over Half Of All Calls People Receive Are Spam Calls

If you’re like most people, you probably get a lot of calls over the course of a week. They’re probably calls that you’d just rather not get at all. How […]

Google Data Shows Impacts Of Covid-19 Shelter In Place Precaution

Google is using the massive footprint in the smartphone ecosystem to help people understand the impacts that social distancing is having in the face of the global pandemic. Their new […]

Crowded WiFi Networks Could Get Better Pending FCC Vote

Wireless connectivity is becoming a victim of its own success. Every year, the appetite for bandwidth grows, but of course, there’s only so much to go around. The recent shelter […]

Critical Timeline Approaching for SBA Loans

If you are a small business, more than likely you have heard about the CARES Act the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has enacted. While applications for the Act are […]

The Web Browser Wars have a Clear Winner

It’s notoriously difficult to get reliable statistics on web browser usage. While there are sites that purport to track such things such as StatCounter and NetMarketShare, the numbers coming from […]

The Coronavirus: Working from Home and Your Network Security

With Governor Dewine announcing a three-week break for Ohio schools starting end of day Monday, March 17th, and the general turn toward social distancing, there are many companies who may […]