PSafe Blog – 10.28.18 (10.25.18)
The U.S. heads into the midterm elections in the next few weeks with the nation deeply divided over the current administration and many of its controversial policies. With both sides of the political spectrum at odds, there is an even bigger push to get the public to the polls to vote in November. Many candidates from both sides of the political aisle will utilize campaign staffers to work the phones in hopes of encouraging a larger voter turnout. Unfortunately, that means there will be a significant rise in unwanted calls in the coming weeks. Have you experienced these yet?
Read more: How to Block Spam Political Calls
PSafe blog – 10.25.18 (10.9.18)
A vulnerability in one of Google Plus’s APIs has left more than 500,000 users’s information open to third-party developers. Usernames, email addresses, date of birth, and profile photos are some of the private information that was breached.
Read more: How the Google Plus Data Breach Affects You
PSafe Blog – 6.14.18
Father’s Day is on June 17 and it’s the perfect time to give back to your dad with mobile apps that will make his life easier. There’s an app for just about everything these days and the ones we recommend are geared towards appeasing your father’s musical taste, helping him find the perfect brisket recipe, or facilitating his search for the ideal home.
Read more: The Best Apps For Father’s Day
PSafe Blog – 6.6.18 (6.2.18)
Ransomware attacks are becoming more and more sophisticated with every passing year, raising concerns for businesses and consumers alike. While these attacks were originally geared towards businesses in order to squeeze vast sums of money from them, hackers are now targeting consumers as well. These attacks aren’t just targeting computers either — your smartphone is at risk.
Read more: Watch Out Consumer: You’re a Major Target for Ransomware
PSafe Blog – 6.4.18 (5.27.18)
There are many types of spyware out there that could be invading your privacy. Find out what they are and how to protect yourself.
Read more: Spyware is Easy to Get and Scary to Be a Victim Of