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Posts Tagged ‘Security

Targeted at Office 365 users Over the weekend we have seen several instances of fake Office 365 emails being sent to our customers encouraging them to click on a link to prevent their account from being suspended. The email seems to be sent out randomly and is not just targeting Office 365 mailboxes, many users […]

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During the past two weeks several of our customers have been infected by the Cryptolocker virus. While their antvirus software has partially defended them against the threat, this was not before a number of files were encrypted. In both cases it was identified that scam emails claiming to be from The Royal Mail, tricked victims […]

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3 December 2014

Impersonating companies for personal gain has been taking place for many years, and the Microsoft scam has been around since at least 2009. It appears they have now moved on to other companies, IMEX included! The fraudsters pretend they’re from a reputable technical support department when they cold-call householders or businesses. Often the scam pitch […]

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Website Security Most of the time attacks on your website are by robots trawling the web for known vulnerabilities. Since these are known there are some simple steps you can take to make your company’s website more secure. Automated Backups This does not make your website more secure but it should be top of your […]

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£16 million reported in financial loss to businesses through phone mailbox hacking.

During the past few months, several of our customers have become victims of voicemail hacking. With telephone systems evolving and voicemail options becoming more advanced, such as mailbox forwarding and remote management, they are now potentially more susceptible to outside attack. We would like to make our customers aware of a scam called “voicemail hacking”. […]

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Part 1 of our guide to improve employee IT Safety

Often people don’t realise there are common techniques and applications which can be used to crack passwords and gain access to vulnerable accounts. IMEX has compiled the following tips to help protect your employees and your company from such activity. Common Types of Attacks Dictionary attacks: These password cracks rely on software that automatically plugs […]

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