What is WiFi Jacking?

In today’s digital age, public WiFi networks have become a convenient way for people to stay connected while on the go. However, recent reports have highlighted a concerning trend known as WiFi jacking.  A recent article published on Click2Houston reveals the alarming rise of this cyber threat. In this blog post, we will explore the… Read More

Recent Survey Highlights How Over 75% of Remote Workers Don’t Use a VPN

The rapid shift to remote work brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we work and interact online. While remote work has provided many benefits, it has also exposed a significant vulnerability in the form of cybersecurity.  In a recent survey highlighted by TechRadar, it was found that a staggering 88%… Read More

“Free” VPN Data Breach Exposes Sensitive Customer Data

In today’s interconnected world, virtual private networks (VPNs) have gained immense popularity as a means to protect online privacy and security. However, recent reports have revealed a shocking data breach involving a widely used free VPN service.  Free VPN is Hacked Fox News recently published an article which reveals the alarming news of a significant… Read More

Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) Can See Everything You Do Online

What’s an ISP and why should I care? An ISP, or Internet Service Provider, is a company that lets you access the internet from home, usually via a monthly subscription. It’s like a cable company, but instead of connecting you with TV channels, an ISP connects you to the internet. An ISP may sell one… Read More

How a VPN Like Private WiFi Protects Your Privacy in a Post-Roe World

On June 24 of this year, the United States Supreme Court overturned the 50-year precedent of Americans’ right to have an abortion in Dobbs v Jackson. With this ruling, each state will now be able to decide its laws concerning how abortion rights will be allowed or restricted for its citizens, as well as determine… Read More

Work from Home? Your Home Wi-fi Network Isn’t Safe From Hackers

Thanks to the Internet, jobs that we used to have to do from the confines of an office can now be done at home. Even before COVID led many of us to work from home, millions of us already worked remotely. And that trend doesn’t seem like it will slow down any time soon.  There… Read More

The Risks of Wardrivers

We tend to believe that our so-called “secure” WiFi networks, like the one you probably use at home, are totally safe. We only need to worry about public WiFi networks, right?  But there are real dangers to your home WiFi networks, like the threat of wardrivers. Wardrivers use hardware and software to find WiFi signals… Read More

Hacking Small Businesses Is Big Business for Cybercriminals

From Facebook, Apple, Twitter, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, the growing list of companies that have fallen victim to hackers reads like Who’s Who in American businesses.  That might lead small and medium sized business owners to conclude one of two things:  they’re protected from hack attacks because they’re too small… Read More

Reducing Security Risks When Your Workforce is Remote

Since COVID-19 transformed our world and revolutionized the trend towards remote working, many of your employees may be working at home at least some of the time. Has your business security taken these remote workers into account?  The reality is that most applications are now cloud-based and can be accessed wherever and however your employees… Read More