Adobe was hacked, 2.9 million accounts compromised

Adobe announced Thursday, October 3, 2013, that it had suffered a major security breach. Attackers accessed Adobe Customer ID’s, passwords, encrypted credit card numbers, expiration dates, and other customer order related information. The attackers also illegally accessed source code for several of it’s products. “Our investigation currently indicates that the attackers accessed Adobe customer IDs […]

Secure Passwords

Wh@t the H3!! !s My P@ssw0rd? It seems like you can’t do anything these days without a pin or password, and each site has a different format requirement (letters & numbers, special characters, 8 character minimum, etc). So how are you suppose to remember them all? Most people choose simple passwords that are easy to […]

How to Disable Java

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning for internet users to temporarily disable Java. Hackers reportedly have exploited security holes in Java to seize control of computers that visit a compromised or malicious Website. Below are instructions on how to disable Java in your browser. How to turn off Java applets in FireFox […]