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By: Steve | November 11, 2014

email danger

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is warning of an active email phishing campaign designed to install a new version of banking malware on computers, and virtually everyone is a target, including entities within the U.S. government, foreign governments, the U.S. education sector, commercial businesses, and state, local, and tribal organizations. The phishing campaign involves emails with malicious links or attachments.


By: Steve | August 26, 2014

Department of Homeland Security

My firm, JDL Technologies, is a member of the Miami Electronic Crimes Task Force of the U.S. Secret Service. We received this information late Friday (08/22/2014) and wanted to share it with you for your potential action.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is encouraging organizations, regardless of size, to   proactively check for possible Point of Sale (PoS) malware infections, which have been delivered through remote desktop applications such as Microsoft Remote Desktop, Apple Remote Desktop, Chrome Remote Desktop, Splashtop 2, Pulseway and LogMeIn. 

Over the past year, the U. S. Secret Service has responded to network intrusions at numerous businesses throughout the U.S. who have been impacted by...