There is almost 1.5 million new phishing sites popping up every month – and they’re becoming more sophisticated and harder to detect. Even the savviest cybersecurity professionals can fall victim to these scams. Read about the latest scam aimed at Netflix customers below.Read more →
Canadian Business and PROFIT today ranked Montreal-based FixMeStick Technologies, Inc. No. 9 on the 29th annual PROFIT 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. The PROFIT 500 ranks Canadian businesses by their five-year revenue growth.Read more →
Equifax, one of the three largest credit agencies, announced that 143 million credit records have been stolen between May and July, including 44 million British customers. This means Social Security numbers, driver’s licenses and credit cards could now be in the hand of criminals. Read more →
We Have Everything You Need To Know About The Kedi RAT
New remote-access Trojan (RAT), called Kedi, could be snooping on your system. Researchers just discovered this Trojan which evades antivirus software and steals your data while transmitting information back to hackers using your Gmail.
Here at FixMeStick, we’ve noticed that browser hijackers are among the most common complaints among users whose computers have been infected. Unlike many viruses that linger silently in the background, browser hijackers prominently disrupt the experience of going online and create headaches for ordinary people who don’t know how to get rid of them. Read more →
Get ready! The FixMeStick is going to be on Today’s Shopping Choice as their Showstopper tomorrow, August 25th! This exclusive offer will be the hottest deal of the year. To show how excited we are for this event, we have some fun facts about FixMeStick! Read more →
Whenever possible, try and use different passwords for different services – especially the important ones. For example, you don’t want to have your online banking password be the same as your Facebook one!
Malware is an umbrella term for any kind of malicious software designed to disrupt operation, steal information, or gain access to private computer systems.
Once upon a time, creating malware was an individual pursuit by lone cyber criminals or black hat hackers, but today malware is a fully fledged industry with a global marketplace. Malware developers either sell their creations to criminal organizations or work in-house with them. These organization then begin spreading the malware through various means, ultimately using it to make a profit.