How does radio affect your purchasing decisions? A January 2016 PC Pitstop survey reveals America’s radio listening habits.
FTC Settles with Asus for Failure to Properly Protect Consumers…
The biggest security threats of 2016 are…
By: Kayla Thrailkill and Daniel McDonough Ransomware locked hospital files causing delays in patient care, and a need to transfer patients to other facilities….
Ransomware hits Horry County Schools in South Carolina, locking 25 servers…
The growing threat of cyberattacks prompts a national action plan…
Recent reports have indicated that the actors behind Dridex, originally a banking Trojan distributor, have switched tactics, and are now heavily pushing out a new ransomware called Locky. The current method of distribution is via a spam email, which contains… Continue Reading
Potential Scam Returns After Four Years…
VTech has updated their Terms & Conditions (T&C) to hold parents responsible for any future data breaches, but is it legal?
KnowBe4 now offers FREE cyber security training for PC Matic users…
TeslaCrypt 3.0 stopped by SuperShield
PC Pitstop Supports BleepingComputer’s Defense Against Enigma
Malwarebytes Experiences Major Security Flaws
Rob Cheng is Featured on Into Tomorrow Podcast With Dave Graveline
BleepingComputer Prepares for Lawsuit Due to Negative Review…
PC Matic blows away competition on most recent Virus Bulletin RAP Test
Congratulations to this loyal reader…
Bad ISPs? Take it to Twitter
Even More Malware Issues Expected in 2016
PC Pitstop’s VP of Cyber Security Talks 2016 Threat Landscape
Cybersecurity Threats Increase Cybersecurity Firms’ Business
Growing Concerns Emerge Over Internal Security Controls
Cyber Security Threats Increase With Increased Human Responsibility
The Results Are In…
Did TrendMicro Fix All Security Holes With Most Recent Update?
Tax season is here, and you don’t want to fall for these scammers’ tricks…
Millions of Americans Have Bad ISPs…
PC Matic Earns ICSA Labs Anti-Virus Certification
Does anyone really read the End-User License Agreement (EULA) before putting a check mark into the infamous “I ACCEPT” box?
Information was recently released reporting a potential data breach at Dell, as scammers have reached out to Dell customers posing as the company’s technical support team.
It is not a rare occurrence for PC Matic customers to share their positive feedback with us on a daily basis. However, a few of the most recent testimonials posted on our website demand to be shared.
On December 28, 2015 news broke that millions of voter registration records had been leaked. Fortunately, the records have since been secured; however as of yet, no one has taken responsibility. Forbes reported the following: Researcher Chris Vickery told FORBES he… Continue Reading
As of December 22, 2015, the Identify Theft Resource Center had reported a total of 766 data breaches. These data breaches reached a staggering total of 177,840,420 files being exposed. Below are the top seven breaches, in 2015, identified by iDigitalTimes in terms… Continue Reading
Oracle has reached a settlement with the FTC over charges that it had been deceptively promoting security updates for its Java SE platform.
If you happen to stop by pcpitstop.com lately you may notice a new look and feel to the home page. The home page has been updated to improve the user experience for all visitors while continuing to communicate and promote… Continue Reading
A new variation of Ransomware is stealing your passwords – before locking down your files for ransom.
UK organization suggests your Christmas decorations may be interfering with your WiFi signal.
Last month, the PC Matic MSP team exhibited at IT Nation in Orlando.
How to determine if you are running Windows 10 32 bit or 64 bit.
A recently uncovered security vulnerability in new Dell PCs leaves users’ communications potentially open to interception or corruption.
Microsoft employees extend a holiday olive branch to their neighbors at an Apple store.
Some thing happened during the computer revolution. I became the tech support for my friends, family and neighbors.
Understanding the limitations of image backup.
How to adjust Windows Firewall settings with Advanced Security Tool.
How to troubleshoot network connectivity in Windows 10.
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act that was recently passed by the Senate – appears to be a misguided effort to ‘do something’
While attending a recent technology conference in Florida, we were somewhat shocked, bewildered and concerned by the site of rather plain cardboard boxes positioned near the entrance to the conference tradeshow floor – offering Free USB drives.
The Federal Trade Commission has recently stepped up its efforts to stop technical support scams that are defrauding consumers of millions through deceptive search engine ads, popups and phone calls.
Details of one of the most exciting quarters in company history.
Free test to phish your own employees.