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NSAO offers a guaranteed solution to allow users to always be able to recover their files after an infection such as Cryptowall. The only limitation is you need to act now before the possible infection.

Here was our original post on the infection going aroud. http://www.nsao.com/blog/item/141-alert-a-ransomware-called-cryptolocker-infection-is-spreading-rapidly.html

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After recent growing number of incidents we felt the need to remind users about these sneaky viruses classified as RANSOMWARE. Here was our original post. http://www.nsao.com/blog/item/141-alert-a-ransomware-called-cryptolocker-infection-is-spreading-rapidly.html

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Alert! A Ransomware called CryptoLocker infection is spreading rapidly

Published in IT Blog
Friday, 23 November 2012 09:35

Stolen Device Damage Control

The smartphone ownership rate for American adults increased to 46% in 2012, this according to a study by Pew Research. This study does not include other mobile devices like tablets, laptops, and notebooks, but the use of these devices is also growing, with worldwide sales for just smartphones and tablets projected to hit 1.2 billion in 2013.  

Published in IT Blog
Friday, 16 November 2012 09:55

4 Tips to Shop Securely Online

The 2012 holiday online shopping season is shaping up to be the biggest yet. Harris Interactive conducted a survey regarding this holiday season, and found that 51% of Americans plan on shopping online this year. Everybody has different reasons to shop online, 71% of respondents thought they could find better deals, and 31% want to simply avoid the crowds.

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Using a strong password with complex combinations of letters and numbers will go a long way in protecting your account, but passwords provide only one level of protection against hackers. Additional levels of security can be added with multi-factor authentication. This is the best protection available for your internet accounts, and major technology companies have recently made this a reality for the public.

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Last time, we spoke about password security, we went over the importance of using strong passwords to avoid identity theft. In part two, we will discuss three easy password solutions that can help you manage all of your different passwords.

Published in IT Blog
Monday, 08 October 2012 12:48

Password Vulnerability and Security, Part 1

A weak password makes identity theft easy for hackers. You would never paint your social security number on the side of a truck and drive around town, but if your password is shared, left out in the open, and used on multiple sites, then you might as well ride shotgun with the Lifelock CEO (his SSN has been stolen 13 times).

Published in IT Blog
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 12:07

Protect your Dropbox with Two-Step Authentication

Dropbox, a popular file-hosting service for both home-users and businesses, recently added a new security feature to prevent unauthorized access to your Dropbox files and folders. You can enable Dropbox to send a security code to your mobile phone whenever you log in.

Published in IT Blog
Tuesday, 12 June 2012 11:58

2 Step Authentication for Gmail

Having strong passwords for your online accounts is very important, but sometimes you may want a little more protection in the event your password gets stolen or someone forces their way through it. If you use Google's Gmail service, you can set up your account, then you will need two forms of authentication to get into your email.

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