Important: Uninstall QuickTime for Windows

Apple's QuickTime used to be a common install for many Windows users - thanks mostly to iTunes - but it has been a long time since it was a prerequisite for playing video and audio files on Windows-based computers. In recent days, Trend Micro discovered two critical...

blueAPACHE expands Brisbane team, increases investment in QLD

PRESS RELEASE Award-winning IT as a Service (ITaaS) provider’s blueAPACHE have significantly expanded their operations in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley, responding to strong demand from a thriving local business market. Following significant growth in Queensland,...

A new personalised Australia Post ransomware attack

Two months after the TorrentLocker attack, Australia Post are being impersonated in another malware attack. Reported this week by Mailguard, the new scam is more conniving that recent attacks. Instead of sending bulk generic emails to all and sundry, this attack is...

blueAPACHE recognised as a “Company to Watch” by The Rust Report

blueAPACHE is very pleased to be acknowledged by highly-respected industry veteran Len Rust in the monthly “Rust Report”. The report, which focuses on digital futures and high-performing Australian companies operating in the IT space, said of blueAPACHE: “Founded in...

Android bank app users targeted in sophisticated malware attack

Hot on the tail of our recent article on new Android malware discovered by Palo Alto Networks (and the scary numbers released by Bitdefender), ESET has identified that a new trojan named Android/Spy.Agent.SI is mimicking banking and other financial applications on...

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 support ends April 12th, 2016

Extended support for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 officially ends next month. We know, it is hard to let go after ten years, but the time has come. With the end of support, security updates and hotfixes will no longer be available from Microsoft. Unsupported software...

You can now unlock fingerprint protected phones with a printer

Two researchers at Michigan State University have come up with a new method of hacking devices that use fingerprint biometrics to protect and lock the user's data. Kai Cao and Anil K. Jain from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering have proven you...

New Android threats appear, and they’re worth noting

Ransomware and hijacking Trojans have been plaguing Windows for the past couple of years, but recently it seems to have developed platform-agnostic capabilities and has moved towards Android. Palo Alto Network's research team, Unit 42,  has recently announced the...

Warning – you have received a subpoena email

Further to our recent warning about fake Australia Post emails, a new ransomware email pretending to be from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) is now circulating. Branded with the AFP logo and the subject "AFP You have been issued", the email claims you have been...

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