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Dolphin June 24, 2022 0 Comments

How To Protect Yourself From Ransomware – For Free! Ransomware is prolific, lucrative and on the rise amongst cyber criminals, with dizzying numbers banded about on how many attacks there are, rising exponentially year upon year. In

10 Common IT Security Terms Whilst we are aware of the need to stay safe online, we may not know what all of the security terms are when IT support companies talk about computer security. With that

Dolphin April 8, 2022 0 Comments

There are certain tell-tale sings that your devices have been hacked. By no means a comprehensive list, the video below gives you an idea of signs to be aware of. And the faster you realise that you've

Dolphin February 4, 2022 0 Comments

Safer Internet Day occurs every February, its aim to make the internet a safer and better place for all, especially for children and young people. As a society we rely heavily upon the Internet, something that has

Dolphin January 28, 2022 0 Comments

Remember Mally the Bear?  The malicious code teddy? Well, it appears that he has been retired, in favour of hard cash. Or Bitcoin to be more precise. Those cyber criminals have decided that softening us by sending

Dolphin November 12, 2021 0 Comments

Cyber criminals are not picky – when it comes to hacking computers, they will have a go at anything they come across. Yes, hacking a large organisation could potentially yield a higher return, but it is also

Dolphin June 25, 2021 0 Comments

Why thinking of the pub may save you from ransomware. Ransomware attacks are not fussy about who they target and more than doubled in the last year, affecting home users and businesses large and small. What Is

How Do I Check If My Email Has Been Shared Online? Another day, another data breach…. It gets tiresome hearing this doesn’t it? This spring we heard that Facebook had a security breach; Facebook said, “it’s fine

Dolphin February 4, 2019 0 Comments

One of the worst things about our line of work is letting people know that they have lost everything on their computer, laptop, tablet or phone. And yet, surprisingly few people bother with backing their data up.