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Whether you're a small business or a corporate enterprise, we have a broad range of voice and data solutions designed to reduce your telecommunications costs and simplify your business operations.
Save up to 80% on your monthly phone expenses. There’s none of the capital equipment or hardware costs associated with legacy phone systems. All-inclusive pricing includes a rich feature set with low, predictable costs.
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Unlike other service providers, we don't abandon you after the sale. Rather, we work with you to ensure our service meets your needs. Really, it's more than that: we don't feel like we've done our job until you tell us we've gone beyond the expectations you have of us. We're with you. Customer care is in our DNA.
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FileZilla has an evil twin that steals FTP logins.
Maliciously modified versions of the popular FTP application FileZilla look and act just like the real thing, but include extra code that steals the login data typed in by users and sends it to an unauthorized server using the same FTP operation launched by the user without going through a firewall that might spot what it's doing
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Every week seems to bring news of another case of ransomware.
It’s nasty stuff. Nasty enough that the US and Canada on Thursday issued a rare joint cyber alert warning about the recent surge in ransomware attacks, in which data is encrypted and crooks demand payment for it to be unlocked.
The plague doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. Why should it? It’s proving a lucrative swindle for cyber thieves.
Enabling the ransomware plague is the fact that many people and businesses aren’t protecting themselves by locking down their computers and files.
If you do get infected with ransomware, unless you’ve got back-ups or the crooks made some kind of cryptographic mistake, you’re left with either paying or losing your locked-up files forever: a prospect that’s caused many to pay up.
You may not even know it, however, you’ve probably experienced the effect of a Distributed Denial of Service attack. But what exactly does that mean? And why can such major, generally secure services be impacted by these attacks?
Denial-of-service attacks have been around for the equivalent of eons in the internet age. Online video game services are no strangers to being targets of DDoS attacks; previous generations of gaming have experienced them, though there has been a frequent spate of successful attacks against multiple networks over the past year.
Why are they so difficult to defend against?
When emergencies happen, our first instinct is often to call 911. In the U.S., this has long been a universal service – at least in our homes. Today, that service is known as E911, and whether you know that or not, most people don’t give much thought as to how it works. This is particularly problematic for businesses since most environments do not fully or properly support E911. Not only are the technologies and solutions largely inadequate, but in most states, E911 support for businesses is not mandatory.
Disappointed at some of the gaps in Windows 10's software? Here are five apps you'll want to pick up to plug those holes.