Viruses in emails, as attachments, are on the rise. Thankfully, here at Psinergy we utilize Google Apps for Work, and Gmail has been fairly good lately with catching these spam emails that have document attachments containing viruses. As you can see in the image above, this was automatically moved into the[...]
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Many people often forget that their computers need to breath. Computers have vents on them. Think of them as kind of like your nose and the fans kind of being kind of like your lungs, helping to push the much needed air all around keeping your computer cool and running[...]
If you’re running Android 5.1 or earlier, you want to read this: Summary: Android 5.1 Lollipop and earlier is vulnerable these malware infected apps were able to bypass security checks/reviews for the app when added into the online app stores within Google Play and others distributed on a variety of app stores,[...]
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Data and email security is pretty hazy in today’s world. A recent article by Hacker News talked about how easy it is for a hacker to access pretty much any account, using Facebook as a specific example, just by knowing your phone number, then resetting your account password and exploiting a[...]
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Psinergy TechWarrior St Paul Earns Esteemed 2015 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Psinergy TechWarrior St Paul has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services[...]
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We’ve all heard the myth, “Mac’s don’t get viruses.” While that urban legend has never been true, it was pretty rare for a Mac machine to actually get a virus. Why — they had a smaller user base. Historically, Mac users mostly needed to be concerned with adware versions of[...]
Background information The base source code for a really nasty Android-based family of trojan viruses was released into public forums – for free – in December 2015, and from what we are hearing this family of viruses is on the rise on devices. The GM Bot viruses (also called SlemBunk, Bankosy, as well as MazarBot)[...]
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Issue: Sometimes computers act up, and as a last resort you have to “hard power off” your computer by pressing and holding the power button until it turns off, then waiting a few seconds, then turn it back on again. You login, but things seem to not be running as[...]
Almost everyone is all too familiar today with the pop-ups from Microsoft saying “Upgrade to your Free Copy of Windows 10 now!”. Shortly after Windows 10 was released to the public, we did a blog post “The Woes, and Wows, of Windows 10!” advising people to be pretty cautious if[...]