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  • The latest ransomware attacks

    By itsolvadmin77 on June 3, 2021

    If you haven’t seen the news in recent weeks about ransomware attacks, then you’re probably living under a rock or you simply don’t care to know what’s happening in our crazy world. And, to be honest, I wouldn’t fault anyone for dwelling in either of those two camps. But alas, the world we live in still rolls round and round,

  • Crypto is going crazy!

    By itsolvadmin77 on May 4, 2021

    Crypto is going crazy! Have you seen the price of Dogecoin and Ethereum, lately? Earlier this week, the 27-year-old creator of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, became a billionaire when the cryptocurrency he founded reached a record-high of $3,500! He is also the founder of Bitcoin Magazine which talks about all things cryptocurrency (obviously). And Dogecoin? There are a lot of naysayers

  • Update: Parler app back online

    By itsolvadmin77 on February 15, 2021

    Well, it looks like Parler is finally back online. We mentioned in an earlier post that the controversial social networking site had been suspended and hacked, leaving the platform’s future in limbo. Yet, it seems like the troubled site, at least for now, is back online. This as the company works with a newly-installed CEO after ousting John Matze. Yet,

  • Apple urges people to update iphones

    By itsolvadmin77 on January 27, 2021

    It’s not every day that you read news about Apple getting alarmed by threats enough to “urge” every single one of its users to update their phones. Normally, folks look to Apple as the greatest example of a tech company that is inherently able to resist the typical hacks that so often plague the traditional PCs. You remember the old

  • Parler hacked

    By itsolvadmin77 on January 15, 2021

    Well, if 2020 wasn’t bad enough, 2021 has already begun to turn into a nightmare. After the United States Capital was breached by protestors, resulting in multiple deaths, social media and other tech giants swiftly moved to begin censoring online speech, especially speech from conservative voices. Within days of the Capital attack, Twitter, Facebook, and Google (YouTube) all banned Donald