Gmail Address and Credentials Leaked

Yesterday it was widely reported that roughly 5 million Gmail addresses and passwords were leaked.  Google has reported that less than 2% of the leaked credentials would have worked, and they’ve already taken the necessary precautions to lock down those accounts...

Time Warner Cable Outage

Business Insider reported on a Time Warner Cable outage early this morning, affecting customers nationwide.  Users reported on Twitter that all services (internet, cable TV, and phone service) were down, along with the Time Warner Cable website; customer service phone...

UPS Store Hacked – Cards Compromised

The UPS Store has acknowledged that it has found and cleaned malware on systems in 24 states.  The earliest known occurrence of malware dates back to January 20th, 2014, and was cleaned on August 11th, 2014.  UPS has set up Complimentary Identity Protection through...

Update Your Synology NAS

Organizations with a Synology NAS  on a managed plan from SkyCamp Technologies are already protected against SynoLocker.  No further action is required. Organizations and individual users of Synology NAS devices should check to make sure that they are running the...

Recent Windows Update May Cause BSOD

A recent Windows Update has been causing issues for a number of users and has resulted in the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) for many of those users.  Microsoft has recommended that the updates be removed while they investigate and patch the issue.  The four updates that...

Chrome on Windows – Battery Hog

If you’re using Chrome on Windows, you may have noticed that your laptop’s battery life is worse when you leave Chrome open.  A bug raised in Google’s Bug Tracker and reported on by Forbes shows that Chrome takes up more battery power because of the...