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Chrome Extensions Are Being Targeted For Hacks

If you're like most people, no matter how careful you are when you surf the web, you seldom think to review the permissions browser extensions ask for when you install them.  It's ...

Windows Vulnerability Found Using VCard Files 

There's a new zero-day vulnerability in Windows 10 you need to be aware of.  As with all zero-day threats, this one is dangerous in the extreme, allowing a hacker to potentially execute ...

Windows 7 Support Ends In 2020, So Plan To Upgrade

Bad news is on the horizon if you're one of the surprising number of people still using Windows 7.  Microsoft is only offering one more year of free support.  As of January ...

Meet Mark and Davis

Our Help Desk team has grown by two members. Meet Mark ...

Scammers Are Using Direct Deposit Requests To Steal Money 

Last year, the FBI issued a warning regarding BEC (Business Email Compromise) scams.  Unfortunately, security professionals report that those types of scams are increasing in frequency, and worse, the most recent ones ...

ImageQuest CEO appointed to Forbes Technology Council

Milton Bartley, Co-Founder, President & CEO of ImageQuest, Nashville’s leading Managed IT, Cybersecurity, and IT Compliance ...

Privacy Advocates Win With Biometric Mobile Device Ruling 

A recent court ruling handed privacy advocates a big, and much needed win.  Prior to the ruling, law enforcement officials were in the habit of compelling "persons of interest" to unlock their ...

It's Password Manager Time!

It’s 2019, and your log-ins should involve two things – a ...

New Windows 10 Updates Will Use 7 GB Of Space

Microsoft has angered a portion of their user base with a change that's coming in the next build of Windows 10.  As of the next build, the OS will reserve a whopping ...

FINRA Report offers cybersecurity recommendations

Has your financial services firm had a look at ...

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