Tag: Spamming

28
Feb

IT Security Threats

As hackers become more sophisticated, businesses and individuals become more vulnerable to attack. Everyone must remain vigilant. Installing security software and firewalls are a start, but they certainly aren’t enough. For one thing, security software only works when it’s used. People who install the software without ever taking the time to schedule regular computer scans…

20
Feb

How to Create an Effective E-Newsletter Campaign

E-newsletters are a great way to keep clients and prospective clients informed about your business and the products or services it offers. If you’re going to embark on an e-newsletter campaign, you will, of course, want it to be effective. The first step toward an effective e-newsletter campaign is identifying your target audience. What kind…

9
Jan

FBI warns of new Zeus-based malware in phishing scam

As your trusted IT support specialists we would like to make you aware of the following new malware based bank account scam going around the internet please read and be aware of the following alert from Network World: FBI warns of new Zeus-based malware in phishing scam FBI says ‘Gameover’ can steal usernames and passwords,…

13
Sep

Why have my Google rankings dropped?

Have your site’s rankings suddenly taken a nosedive? Here are 9 possible reasons and 9 ways out. Reason #1 You used Black-Hat SEO Techniques: Have you been participating in link schemes recently; buying or selling links, creating “doorway pages”, or using “hidden text” on your site? These illegitimate (Black-Hat) SEO practices could be the reason behind the drop in your

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7
Sep

Strict Anti-Spam Laws Come Into Effect In Canada

As Canada awaits the implementation a new anti-spam law – one of the toughest anti-spam laws in the world – it’s time businesses in the country got down to work and changed their emailing practices. If you run a business in Canada, you’d better take this seriously because those found violating the law will have to pay huge amounts as

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5
Aug

Phony Microsoft Phone Scams Target Canadian Consumers

You have just received a phone call from an official-sounding computer company, most probably Microsoft and the caller says there are viruses in your household computer and offers to repair the problem through the Internet. You might think how responsible of them to do that. And you might even agree to follow the “repair” steps but think long and hard

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16
Apr

Are Social Networks the New Front Line For Social Engineering?

The corporate sector is increasingly using Internet-based technologies, and cybercriminals have found ways to take advantage of corporate Canada’s adoption of social media and internet technologies. Using social networks and search engines, attackers are stealing intellectual corporate property which is more valuable than day-to-day financial and customer data by performing astutely crafted social engineering attacks. These attacks are mostly devised

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22
Jan

Acceptable Internet Use In Your Toronto Business

When is it proper to check the latest Toronto Maple Leafs scores and stats at work? Would your boss mind if you book your next vacation on your work computer? Access to the Internet is as common as the telephone. Employees can have access to social networks, travel sites and personal email on the office computer. With this ease of

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22
Nov

New Legislation Set To Combat Spam In Canada

How much spam does your Toronto business receive?  If your business is like many, spam is something you have just learned to deal with.  Maybe you have brought in our team at Dynamix to help reduce the amount of spam through deploying a spam filtering solution.  Spam is a huge problem and a huge distraction for many Toronto businesses. Spam

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