blueAPACHE cyclists celebrate Ride2Work day

Held annually in October, Ride2Work day is the largest celebration of commuter riding in Australia. It emphasises the benefits of riding to work and brings together the communities that support it. This year at blueAPACHE, there was much enthusiasm in the weeks...

Exclusive Insight Event with Mark Allen, AlienVault

Next in our Insight Event series, blueAPACHE is delighted to be hosting an exclusive round table luncheon with AlienVault security guru; Mark Allen. Strictly limited in numbers, this exclusive luncheon is an intimate affair limited to a single table that offers an...

Annual carrier network embargo dates announced

With the end of the calendar year nearing, details of the annual embargo on new network services from the telecommunications carriage providers have been released. The industry embargo is a period when no new network services that include the provision of copper,...

Malicious USB drives found in letterboxes in Victoria

Free USBs delivered to your letterbox - whether you ordered them or not Earlier this week, Victoria Police issued a warning notice urging residents in the Melbourne suburb of Pakenham to be wary of corrupt USB flash drives being left in their letterboxes. Victims have...

Ransomware disguises itself as Windows Update

Devious new ransomware hides behind phoney Windows update to encrypt users’ files and demand ransom. Fantom, a recently identified ransomware, takes mimicking brands and applications to an entirely new level. Based on the open-source EDA2 ransomware project, Fantom...

blueAPACHE offers free Secure Recursive DNS

blueAPACHE extends Internet offering to include free secure recursive DNS services with integrated blacklisting for all emPOWER Internet customers. The rapid rise in sophisticated threats like zero-day malware, Trojans and advanced persistent threats makes...

Intuit invoices from Sequoia used for malware

Another phishing attack, but with a local financial entity and a real Inuit email address.  As we have mentioned in previous blog entries, it is often easy to identify the less mature malware attacks by simply checking the email addresses or holding you mouse over any...

Dropbox Hacked – 68 million user details leaked

Usernames and passwords of over 68 million Dropbox users have been leaked online In 2012, cloud storage service provider Dropbox disclosed that hackers had gained access to a project document containing Dropbox user email addresses, through a compromised employee...

The top 3 benefits of Hybrid Cloud

Clouded Choices Last month Gartner announced that more than $1 trillion in IT spending will be directly or indirectly affected by the shift to cloud in the next five years, making cloud computing one of the most disruptive forces of IT spending since the early days of...

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