We'd like to see as many consignment and resale stores start 2014 out on the right foot. Here are 7 tips to help better-secure your computer systems.
As of January 21, 2014 though, LogMeIn Free is no longer available.
A popular and long-standing software download site, SourceForge, is injecting malware in to its software installers.
HP has posted a vulnerability alert that could allow a hacker access to your WiFi network via your wirelessly-connected HP LaserJet printer.
We first saw this on /r/techsupportgore the other day. Now Malwarebytes is reporting a new FBI Ransomware variant targeting Mac OS X users.
For those of you utilizing Tumblr, they have released an announcement specifically for iPhone/iPad users. They are recommending users of the Tumblr app for iPhone/iPad change their passwords immediately.
Many consignment and resale store owners utilize Pinterst to post new inventory or fashion ideas. Please be on the look-out and be sure to discuss this with any of your employees who work with your social networking accounts.
It's Friday, the day after Independence day here in the States. We received an emergency email from a client who is unable to utilize their point of sale system for processing credit cards. All was working properly, until Windstream introduced a new piece of hardware.
Securing consignment systems involves more than just installing free antivirus software and hoping all goes well. Antivirus alone isn't enough when it comes to securing or 'hardening' a system.
This is Part 1 of our Demystifying PCI DSS Compliance series.