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Archive for February, 2017

Music Festival Coachella Attendee List Hacked, Including Passwords

If you’re a music lover and you’ve been to the website of the annual California music festival Coachella, then you are at risk. The entire Coachella database was recently found for sale ...

Websites Are Being Attacked – Time For A Security Update

WordPress is the reigning King of the Content Management Systems, and by extension, the king of much of the internet. More people use the platform than any other, and with good reason. ...

Macs Finally Experience Malware From New Office for Mac Macro Target

It’s an oldie but a goodie, and an attack vector that Windows users have seen since the late 90’s. Macros. These are essentially shortcut codes that Microsoft Word and other applications use ...

If you’ve ever said this, you’re ASKING to be hacked!

Want to know what every hacker hopes you believe? “We’re small…nobody wants to hack us.” This is the #1 reason why people (companies) get hacked. They dismiss the importance of IT security because ...

Gmail No Longer Supports Windows XP, Vista

If, for some reason, you’re still running Windows XP or Vista, you probably already know that it’s well past time to upgrade. Microsoft officially ended support months ago, even for critical updates, ...

Nokia Phones Might Be Back With New Smart Devices

Remember back in the early 2000’s when Nokia was the king of the cellphone market? Well, if you’re feeling nostalgic for those days, there’s (potentially) good news on the horizon. At a ...

Is Your Money Safe? Bank Cyberattacks On The Rise

Kaspersky Labs originally discovered “fileless malware” back in 2014, but it wasn’t until this year that it became mainstream. Now, the company is reporting that more than 150 banks around the world ...

Did Your Printer Receive A Message From A Hacker?

Over the weekend, a hacker who goes by the name Stackoverflowin performed a public service. Of course, in the process of doing so, he terrified and confused a lot of people. Having ...

SVG Images Getting Wider Distribution As Malicious File Type

JavaScript is hands down the tool of choice of hackers who are interested in inserting malicious code onto a user’s device. Most commonly, scripts are embedded in compressed (zipped) files, and when ...

New Memory That Acts As Processor Could Speed Up Devices

ReRAM is coming to a computer manufacturer near you, and soon. If you haven’t heard of this technology yet, you’re not alone, but it is one of the most exciting developments in ...

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How to Tell if Your Network Firewall is at Risk

How to Tell if Your Network Firewall is at Risk

There is no single solution for protecting your private network from intrusions like viruses, data theft, or targeted attacks. However,[...]
5 Top Questions for Creating an IT Budget

5 Top Questions for Creating an IT Budget

Let’s face it—if your business uses technology in its daily operations, your IT infrastructure is crucial in making sure each[...]
George Monroy featured on Channel Partner Insight

George Monroy featured on Channel Partner Insight

Recent ransomware attacks have taken place where the point of entry was the MSP or Managed Service Provider systems. Texas[...]

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Since 2007, Monroy IT Services has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in the greater San Antonio and Hill Country areas. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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