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Archive for May, 2017

Google Fights Back Against Hackers Targeting User Data In Apps

The Empire is officially striking back, and hacking is about to get at least a little bit harder. Recently, there have been several high-profile attacks that relied on Google’s user data, the ...

Even Disney Can Get Hit By Ransomware

It’s been a bad week for the corporate world. Things started off with a bang thanks to the “WannaCry” ransomware attack that targeted more than 200,000 company locations in more than 150 ...

E-Signature Company DocuSign Gets Hacked

DocuSign, the world’s leader in electronic signatures for official documents, played an unwitting role in a particularly nasty phishing attack. If you’re not familiar with the company, DocuSign is used by 12 ...

What Is Google’s Plan For Google Docs Scam Aftermath?

Phishing attacks are a fact of life on the internet these days, but recently, a Google Doc was used in a wide-spread, wildly successful attack that security researchers are calling one of ...

Chrome Will Soon Tell Users When Sites Aren’t Using HTTPS

Google is throwing its weight around on behalf of the netizins of the world. Beginning this October, Chrome users will start seeing “Not Secure” warning messages any time they use Incognito Mode ...

The long-forgotten piece of security for road warriors…

Do you connect to the office network or VPN (virtual private network) to get some work done in the evenings, on the weekends or when on the road? For many, the answer ...

Malware Group Focused On Windows Could Potentially Target Mac Machines

Unless you are intimately familiar with digital security, odds are good that you’ve never heard of Snake, Uroburos or Turla. These are three different aliases used by a single group of sophisticated ...

ALERT: LogMeIn Hack attempts

We have been seeing a LOT of failed LogMeIn activity from around the globe, usually the same handful of accounts. The failed attempts are coming from India, China, ...

IBM Finds Malware On Some Of Its USB Thumb Drives

Does your company use IBM Storwize? If you’re not sure what that is, then you probably don’t. It’s the company’s Big Data storage system, and when you purchase it, you get USB ...

Monroy IT Services Thwarts Wannacry Ransomware Attack for San Antonio and Hill Country Businesses

San Antonio, Texas - May 15th, 2017 – Monroy IT Services protects clients from a worldwide cybersecurity attack that spread across all of Europe and the Americas. These attacks included the crippling ...

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You Should Be Worried About Cryptocurrency Mining Malware

You Should Be Worried About Cryptocurrency Mining Malware

In the world of data security, cryptocurrency mining software is often overlooked or discounted as a threat because it doesn't[...]
Officials Want To Know If Wireless Carriers Are Throttling Video

Officials Want To Know If Wireless Carriers Are Throttling Video

Remember earlier this year when net neutrality got killed off and everybody said it wouldn't matter? Well, it seems it[...]
Microsoft Fixes October Windows 10 Update

Microsoft Fixes October Windows 10 Update

As you probably heard, Microsoft's October update of Windows 10 was a bit of a disaster.  Sure, it updated your[...]

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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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