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Botnets and How to Avoid Them

Botnets are a string of private computers linked together by one server. While some types are legal and serve to run websites, others are malicious. These illegal botnets connect computers through infection by malware, namely Trojan malware. Other less common infections occur through drive-by downloads and spiders. While the owner often doesn’t know that they are Read More

What is Trojan Horse Malware?

Trojan malware was named after the Trojan Horse that ancient Greeks used to infiltrate the city of Troy. The wooden horse was perceived as a gift to the Trojans, but it was a ploy to sneak Greek soldiers behind the Trojan walls and ultimately win the war. Trojan malware works similarly. This malicious type of Read More

Why Social Media is Important for Your Business

The 21st century has experienced a boom, all thanks to the advancement in technology. The internet has reduced advertising costs on radio, television and other visual platforms by half. Using Social Media Social media platforms have gained momentum in the field of advertising, and they have become one of the sought-after tools by marketing maestros. Read More

The Ultimate Deception Tool: Phishing!

As advances increase with the internet, so are people progressing cybercrime tactics on the internet. Phishing is a cybercrime in which the perpetrators persuade its victims to release sensitive personal data. Financial details, passwords after contacting them via emails, text messages under the false pretext of being a legitimate organization are some examples. The moment Read More

WeatherEgg Kids at the Hill AFB Airshow

WeatherEgg Kids were at the  2018 Hill AFB Warriors over the Wasatch Utah Airshow with Haight Bey & Associates. Haight Bey & Associates do weather stations.  Furthermore, they have a government contract to support and sustain the US Air Force Global Strike Command’s (AFGSC) Fixed Based Weather Observing System (FBWOS) and the AN/TMQ-53 Tactical Meteorological Observing Read More

Wherever Dust is Created, Particles Need to be Counted

Many industrial sites generate dust including Construction (Silica Dust), Fabrication (Metal, Wood, Silica Dust), Foundries (Metal Dust), Food Processing (Sugar, Flour, Chemical Dust), and Petroleum (Chemical Dust). Engineered for timely, high-quality, dust exposure information, the DustCount 8899 – Respirable Dust Monitor, monitors dust exposure before the amount approaches regulatory limits.  The monitor helps ensure the Read More

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