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New cyberweapon: Careto Attack a threat to business and government IT systems

 The new discovery of a large number of malware infections across large parts of the globe has been tracked back to Careto, or "The Mask" in Spanish. Victims of this targeted attack have been found in 31 countries around the world – from the Middle East and Europe to Africa and the Americas. It is the most dangerous malicious code to IT security in history.

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April 2014 deadline for Windows XP users approaching fast

 Since Microsoft announced the end of support and patches for its XP version of Windows, businesses have been under pressure to get their systems checked and ready for upgrades to newer versions of Windows. Many have enjoyed over a decade of free updates and security patches from their XP version and as nearly as 29% of all global Windows users are still using XP. So, many will find themselves vulnerable on multiple fronts, should they let the April 8, 2014 deadline pass.

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Optimum Voice SIP Trunking now certified with Barracuda Networks' CudaTel 270 Communications Server

  Today, it was announced that Optimum Voice® SIP Trunking is now certified with Barracuda Networks' CudaTel 270 Communication Server. The pre-certified solution delivers high quality, reliable voice service for small businesses that want to take advantage of an Internet Protocol (IP) Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system while avoiding the costs of an analog gateway or a traditional T-1 solution.

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Virus holds computer files ransom

  SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - By Elizabeth Rawlins A computer virus is holding files hostage. Hackers are targeting people and businesses across the nation. It's called Cryptolock. It comes in the form of an email from what appears to be a legitimate business. Once you click on the link in the email, you become its next hostage. Joel Gulick, CFO of Computer Solutions, says some customers received an email from what they thought was UPS. It included a tracking number link for a package.

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