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Be ready for the next wave

Wanna Cry was just a teaser sadly – time to make sure your patches are in place and that you have good backups.  https://www.cnet.com/au/news/doomsday-worm-eternalrocks-seven-nsa-exploits-wannacry-ransomware/

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Why Managed Services?

In the world of IT, problems happen. Computers crash, passwords are lost, email stops working, and the list goes on. And without proper technical support in place, these problems can bring your business to an abrupt – and potentially damaging – halt. With Our Managed Services, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that our…

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5 ways to become a smaller target for ransomware hackers

WASHINGTON —Hacking for ransom is on the rise – on pace to beat out last year’s figures – and hits people where it hurts, locking them out of files, photos and critical records until they pay hackers a bounty to restore their access. Hackers bait users to click on infected email links or open infected…

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Homeland Security warns Windows PC users to uninstall Quicktime

The Department of Homeland Security and a top cybersecurity firm have advised Windows PC users to uninstall Apple’s Quicktime video player immediately after two new bugs were found in the software. In a blog post published Thursday, the Trend Micro security firm said that Apple was no longer issuing security updates for Quicktime for Windows,…

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This is what it’s like to be infected with the first ‘ransomware’ virus for Macs

Over the weekend, news broke of a nasty new piece of malware targeting Mac users. It’s “ransomware” that encrypts users’ data, making it impossible to access unless they pay a bounty to the malware’s operator. Malware is a persistent problem on Windows machines — it has even shut down hospital networks— but this is the…

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New Android adware hits thousands of apps, can’t be removed

More than 20,000 adware samples masqueraded as legitimate apps, like Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter. Researchers have found a new type of Android malware found in thousands of apps, posing as popular titles — including Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and more. Making matters worse, it’s almost impossible to remove, forcing a user to replace their device entirely….

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How to check if your Android device is vulnerable to attack

A new open-source app scans for the most common Android vulnerabilities, including Stagefright. Read More Here

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Why Managed Services?

Have you ever wondered WHY you need managed IT services? Our team put together this awesome video that explains why small businesses need an MSP.

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Android Users: Take Immediate Action to Secure Your Device

A recently publicized flaw in the Android™ operating system (OS) could permit malware to access the information on your device. Dubbed “Fake ID,” the vulnerability allows malicious apps to forge security credentials within your mobile device to gain access to your other apps and information in them, including Google Wallet, and could leave you open…

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Welcome to IntegraSys IT Support

We would like to welcome you to our new tool. The communicator is a valuable tool that enables you to reach out to our help desk directly from your desktop.

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