Most of these scams instruct you to “like & share” a post in order to enter into a pool of possible winners. Maybe you’ve done it yourself, thinking, “what could it hurt?” Facebook giveaway scams exist for one reason: to get something from you. If you’re overly fond of your personal information (and you should be), avoid these “like & share” schemes.
Someone that looks like you on Facebook might be asking your friends to be friends again. It’s not hacked, but it is trouble if you don’t catch it.
We’ve written about Cryptowall ransomware before on a couple of occasions (A Ransomware Survival Story; Ransomware Recovery – Be Ready in Advance). Ransomware isn’t new, but it continues to evolve – and that isn’t a good thing. And just in case you’re still not sure what ransomware does…it’s malicious software that renders your files unusable […]
We’ve arrived at the cusp of another new year, and just like everyone else, we’d be remiss if we didn’t spend a little time looking back. In 2015, Lieberman Technologies talked about a lot of different subjects here on our blog, but probably none as important as the issues facing tech security. There are so […]
I think most of us agree that we all have great potential…maybe even unlimited potential…to do great things. I also think that all of us would agree that there are a very limited number of minutes each day that we have and they cannot be retrieved once they are gone. The older I get the […]
It has been more than a year since I strongly encouraged you to start using a Password Manager to make better passwords. I feel sure that only a few of you have taken me up on this suggestion, and I still strongly believe you need to do that. If you aren’t one of them, please go […]