Alert – Fake RingCentral Emails

Alert – Fake RingCentral Emails

We are sending out this quick alert to our customers who use RingCentral as their voice platform.

Malicious emails are being sent to RingCentral customers that are formatted to look like an RC voicemail email notification. It is not.

If you look at the example below in detail, you will see several obvious red alerts but … you have to look! Read More »

This is NOT a legit Firefox Update!

This is NOT a legit Firefox Update!

No … this is not a legit FireFox update!

Recently we have run into quit a few customers who use Mozilla Fiefox as their primary browser. While definitely not new, seems that we are seeing this pop-up more frequently again.

While its easy to not pay attention to this when presented with it … if you knowe what to look for … you will several blaring obvious signs it is malicious … Read More »

PHISHING? What the?

PHISHING? What the?

What’s this all about and why should I be worried about it?

Phishing has become the current choice of attacks that hackers use to gain entry to restricted networks. Most common today is fake emails with malicious links in them that, when clicked, execute some form of malware on your device whether it be Windows Desktop, Mac or Mobile Devices. Read More »

CryptoWall Infection via PDFs

CryptoWall Infection via PDFs

A newly detected drive-by attack encrypts files and documents then demands payment to decrypt data.

PDF-based malware being found embedded in legit PDF files. Meaning they have been modified after they were created.

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Google Docs Phishing Scam

Google Docs Phishing Scam

Heads Up! Google Docs Phishing Scam Making It’s Way Around

We are seeing a large amount of malicious Google Docs emails being recieved.This is not coming from Google but others attempting to either infect your workstation with malware or to gain access to your Google account. Be cautious and skeptical of any GOogle Docs, DropBox or other file sharing invitation email.

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