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Archive for December, 2018

Dell May Have Been Hacked So User Passwords Are Resetting 

Have you ever created an account on Dell's website to purchase computer equipment?  If so, your account may have been compromised.  As a precaution, Dell has forced password resets for every account ...

Why CEOs Should Be Concerned About the Dark Web

Linked to a host of fraudulent schemes, point-of-sale (POS) attacks, and the widely publicized Target data breach in 2013, the Dark Web ...

Windows 10 Will Notify Users When Apps Use Their Microphone

In recent months, security researchers have unearthed all sorts of new hardware vulnerabilities.  Several of them allow hackers to quietly assume control of your PC's built-in camera or microphone, giving them the ...

Microsoft Is Bringing Augmented Reality To The Military 

Microsoft just won a huge military contract worth $480 million to bring 100,000 customized AR (Augmented Reality) headsets, based on their HoloLens technology, to the US Army. The army's plan is to ...

Hackers Are Exploiting Home And Small Office Routers 

Akamai has discovered a nasty new hack that's allowing cybercriminals to move beyond simply compromising routers, but also, in some instances, to use the compromised routers to take control of other machines ...

Data On Millions Of Americans Leaked Through Open Server 

Bob Diachenko, the Director of Cyber Risk Research for Hacken, recently made a disturbing discovery.  He found an ElasticSearch server open and vulnerable on the internet, without so much as a password ...

USPS Vulnerability May Have Exposed Millions of Users

Do you have an account on USPS.com?  If so, you're not alone.  Tens of millions of Americans use it daily for a variety of purposes.  Unfortunately, if you do have an account, ...

Uber Gets Hefty Fine From The EU For Data Breach 

In recent years we've seen several companies suffer from hacks of various magnitudes. Over time, we've witnessed the growth of what could be described as best practices in terms of how to ...

Hackers Target Users Of Google Maps With Bank Phone Scam

Google relies on crowd sourcing to help keep its maps up to date.  There's no other approach that even comes close to being feasible.  Sure, Google has employees on the job, roving ...

Update Patch From Microsoft Causing Issues With Outlook Users

Back in October, Microsoft issued an update for Windows 10 that was a bit of a disaster.  It wound up deleting some user files and sparked a completely justified outrage.  The company ...

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Dell May Have Been Hacked So User Passwords Are Resetting 

Dell May Have Been Hacked So User Passwords Are Resetting 

Have you ever created an account on Dell's website to purchase computer equipment?  If so, your account may have been[...]
Why CEOs Should Be Concerned About the Dark Web

Why CEOs Should Be Concerned About the Dark Web

Linked to a host of fraudulent schemes, point-of-sale (POS) attacks, and the widely publicized Target data breach in 2013, the[...]
Windows 10 Will Notify Users When Apps Use Their Microphone

Windows 10 Will Notify Users When Apps Use Their Microphone

In recent months, security researchers have unearthed all sorts of new hardware vulnerabilities.  Several of them allow hackers to quietly[...]

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Since 2004, Kincaid Network Solutions has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in Clifton Park, Saratoga Springs, Albany, Ballston Spa, Burnt Hills, Ballston Lake, Glens Falls, Scotia, Glenville, Niskayuna, and the surrounding NY Capital District. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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