The year 2020 has been a difficult test for the whole world. The IT industry, in which our Intellope works tirelessly to improve and develop to succeed, has not avoided being tested. The whole year‘s effort, dedication and hard work of employees and partners has not escaped the attention of Intellope Santa.
With the growing popularity of information technology, the risk of a hacker attack targeting all types of devices around the world is also increasing. Intellope CEO, Vasil Dzadik, introduced us to the topic of cybersecurity in an interview.
This won’t be music to your ears – researchers spot an unsecured database replete with records used for an account hijacking spree
Buran is an encryption virus that encrypts your files and prevents access to them. The Buran ransomware first was discovered by nao_sec (Cyber Security Research Team) in June 2019.
Sharing is caring – except when it isn’t. Here’s why you shouldn’t share your password for online media services with other people.
Ransomware is a type of malware that upon infecting a device, blocks access entirely or to some or all the information stored on it. In order to unlock either the device or the data, the user is required to pay a ransom however even after paying the ransom there is no guarantee that the users will recover their data.
BlueKeep is a security vulnerability that was discovered in Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol, which allows the possibility of remote code execution.
SD Cards, USB and external hard drives are all very common devices we use to transfer data from one computer to another. When we connect one of these devices to our computer and begin the data transfer we sometimes experience an error, one of the more common errors we experience at this stage is what’s known as the Shortcut error.
If you’re a small business owner or manager of a bigger company, you’re constantly bombarded with totally different demands or recommendations regarding what your business should or shouldn’t do. Like accounting system, attendance system or whole security system for monitoring cyber threats. However is this really necessary?
Just in case you are not familiar with the term ISP, it stands for “Internet Service Provider”. An ISP provides access to the Internet. Whether you’re at home or work, each time you connect to the Internet your connection is routed through an ISP.