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Mastodon Bug Found

If you haven’t heard of Mastodon, it is a decentralized social media platform that users are flocking to to replace Twitter. After Elon Musk purchased Twitter recently, and laid off many Twitter employees, users were looking for a replacement. While Mastodon is different from the extremely popular social media networking site, known for “tweets”, people …

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Azov Ransomware

Azov ransomware was originally thought to be yet another ransomware that encrypts a victim’s data, demands a ransom, and forces you to pay if you want your data back. All this, however, is just a front. This is a new type of ransomware. Instead of providing you the contact information to unencrypt your data and …

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LAUSD hit with ransomware attack

LAUSD Hit With Ransomware Attack Over Holiday Weekend

Over the Labor Day weekend, one of the United States’ largest school districts was hit by a cyberattack. LAUSD serves more than 600,000 students, between kindergarten and 12th grade, and employs more than 26,000 teachers at over 1,000 schools.

Recovering Hacked Website

Recovering Hacked Website

Recover hacked website is a common term in Cyber security. Websites can be hacked because of multiple reasons. Some of the most common reasons that we’ve seen are account compromise, insecure plugins, non-restrictive file permissions. We’ve secured these weaknesses through simple steps such as implementing two factor authentication, updating old software, cleaning up malware and …

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PCI Compliance On A Penny

PCI Compliance On A Penny

We recently worked with a client to build a PCI compliance infrastructure in the cloud. Here are some key takeaways from that experience. Becoming PCI compliant is often perceived as a daunting task, as there are approximately 200 requirements that an organization needs to adhere to. However, just like Pareto’s 80-20 principle, here are some …

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