This one came very close to home – and not entirely figuratively.
Earlier this afternoon, an apparent lone gunman gained access to the building at 1536 Wynkoop in Downtown Denver and began shooting. Right now, I don’t have his name (nor would I publish it here, if I did),
nor a motive or what type of weapon he used. What drives this to me is another factor: his location. Continue reading Downtown Denver Shooting – 15th and Wynkoop
It’s still too early for me to talk about the Orlando massacre from the point of firearms, new proposed laws, terror watch lists, etc. But, I did want to bring this up – again, courtesy of our friends at KnowBe4.
It seems that lowlifes are now trying to scam generous people out of their money. Continue reading SCAM: Pieces of S*** Exploiting Orlando Atrocity
It’s that time for KnowBe4’s Scam of the Week. This is a way to fool the end user into bypassing two-factor authentication with no more technical knowledge necessary than sending a craftily-worded text message. Continue reading SCAM: Bypassing Two-Factor Authentication
So a recent study was published, stating that about 93% of phishing emails lead to ransomware, or have ransomware embedded directly in them. This is a staggeringly frightening number. And it’s only getting worse. Continue reading Phishing Emails, Ransomware, and You