Archive for the ‘IT Virus’ Category

 

Protect Yourself: Do Not Connect a New Computer to the Internet

Some people turn on a brand new computer, connect to the Internet, and download anti-virus to the their new computer. When you think about it… Continue reading ‘Protect Yourself: Do Not Connect a New Computer to the Internet’


Protect Against Bad Attachments and Employee Downloads

Imagine giving each of your team members a loaner computer every time they need to open a file that they download or receive as an attachment. The loaner computers won’t be connected to your network, so if a file is infected, ransomware and other viruses would not affect your network. Continue reading ‘Protect Against Bad Attachments and Employee Downloads’


Only One Virus is a Huge Problem

If your office has even one instance of a virus, ransomware, or any other kind of malware, that is a huge symptom. Continue reading ‘Only One Virus is a Huge Problem’


A Caller Says Your Computer Is Infected

Someone in your company receives a phone call, “This is Microsoft Technical Support. Your computer is infected with a virus.” They call back 50 more times after you tell them no. Continue reading ‘A Caller Says Your Computer Is Infected’


Shellshock: Check Your Web Server

Shellshock is a bug that may exist on your servers and even your Mac. Even if you use Windows in your office, your web server may use Apache on Linux. Continue reading ‘Shellshock: Check Your Web Server’