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November 13, 2021

FBI Email Portal Hacked – Sending Fake Notices

Published: 11/13/2021 Earlier today, the FBI’s LEEP (Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal) was hacked and abused to send fake notification emails warning of a “sophisticated chain attack.” The email mentions an extortion gang “TheDarkOverlord” and purports that the attacker is using “fastflux technologies.” The Spamhaus project, who analyzes emails globally, has confirmed that these emails are […]

September 20, 2017

New Ransomware – Locky Variant

As reported by Barracuda Networks, a new variant based on the Locky Ransomware virus is rapidly spreading with over 20 million attacks in 24 hours. This infection randomizes the subject, content, and domain of the infected email to stay ahead of virus blockers. It is spreading via infected emails with attachments, usually from a spoofed […]

September 12, 2017

Limited Service Today

Due to the recent remnants of Hurricane Irma, our services are limited today. Power fluctuations and outages coupled with internet downtime means we are limited to our mobile phones for email access. We have forwarded our phone lines to cell phones so if you receive a voicemail prompt, leave a message and we will return […]

August 29, 2017

QuickBooks Down Error Code 503

Reports are coming in that QuickBooks servers are down and preventing users from accessing their company files on Intuit hosted solutions products such as QuickBooks Online. The error users are receiving is Error Code 503 (Service Temporarily Unavailable) This is a server side error, meaning that the users themselves are not the ones experiencing the […]

August 22, 2017

[EDIT: Resolved] Spectrum PRI Down in 3 States

Edit 2 @ 02:45PM EST: Service is already being restored and we have reports from customers of service working again. Breaking News! Spectrum’s Fiber PRI for Enterprise customers is down affecting 3 South-East states. Reports indicate that a fiber line was cut. Spectrum 24×7 dedicated Enterprise support team cannot be reached via their support number […]

August 4, 2017

Is Google Getting Rid of Mobile Search URLs?

Google has been making some changes regarding the way they display their search results. At first, these changes seem minor and insignificant, but upon further review, it’s evident that they could have a large impact on the way we find information and where our search results may take us.   According to The Next Web’s […]

February 24, 2017

Urgent! Cloudbleed HTTPS Traffic Leak

There was a massive leak for domains using Cloudflare which leaked password and user information for sites using the service between 09-22-2016 and 02-18-2017. This may not seem like much until we look at how many websites are actually using Cloudflare (over 4,287,625). Take a look at the following site which complied a list of […]

December 13, 2016

Terrifying “Popcorn Time” Ransomware

Ransomware viruses are already an absolute nuisance, and can be disastrous to businesses. A new variant of it, called Popcorn Time is even worse. It plays on desperation and friendship. Once you get it, it encrypts your files and holds them for ransom. You are given the option to pay for the ransom, sure, like […]

December 5, 2016

Holiday Schedule 2016-2017

Our staff puts a tremendous effort into keeping everything running smoothly throughout the year. That’s why during the holidays, we close a few more days than normal to allow each one to celebrate time with family and friends. The 2016-2017 Holiday schedule is as follows: Closed Saturday December 24th, 2016 through Monday December 26th, 2016. […]

December 2, 2016

Ransomware on the Rise

As of the writing of this article, at the end of November 2016, ransomware attacks are up 105% year over year. There are so many variants right now that rely on using your own data against you and charge anywhere from $250-$1000 for recovery in the form of bitcoins or other digital currency. Couple this […]