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Keeping safe online during this holiday shopping season

Millions of Americans have already begun shopping for the holiday season at online retail shops large and small. Also online are scores of bad actors and theives looking to exploit shoppers by stealing their payment information and even identities. It is estimated that a total of $1.3 billion was lost to online scams and the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center Continue Reading...

MacOS High Sierra flaw allows anyone to log into root account with blank password

As far as personal computer vulnerbilities go, this is probably high on the list in terms of severity. On Monday, a Turkish software developer by the name of Lemi Orhan Ergin publicly posted of what he called “huge security issue” on Twitter (it should be noted there were conversations about this flaw on Apple’s own developer support forum several weeks Continue Reading...

Growing your business with Meganet

Some service providers specialize in big business. Others actively provide service eclusively to small business. But here at Meganet, we pride ourselves in offering services to all size businesses, so that when your small business grows, we’ll be by your side along the way. By offering a wide range of services, you eliminate the need to work with several different Continue Reading...

What is Internet of Things (IoT)?

You may have come across the acronym IoT at some point or another on your internet travels, but have you stopped for a moment to understand what it actually means? It’s rather easily explained, actually. As noted in this post’s title, IoT stands for Internet of Things. See, the internet has grown from simply having computers connected to a network Continue Reading...

Wi-Fi privacy at risk with WPA2 ‘KRACK’ vulnerability

If you have been following the news this week, you may have seen mention of the ‘KRACK’ vulnerability that has come to light. In short, KRACK can allow attackers to intercept a good portion of what you’re doing online over Wi-Fi, even if your wireless network is protected using the WPA and WPA2 protocols (which are perhaps the most common). Continue Reading...
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