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...

blueAPACHE Customer and Brand Awards

The blueAPACHE staff awards are announced! Further to our annual achievement awards presented in December, blueAPACHE offer two additional awards open to all staff - the Customer Recognition award and the Brand Ambassador award. To determine the Customer Recognition...

Security as a Service Market Worth $US8.52b by 2020

Security is becoming more and more challenging. It is a constant cat and mouse game, with hackers looking to exploit systems for profit, advantage or control - and security organisations trying to outsmart them. Today, all organisations outsource at least part of...

Whaling attacks are on the rise (think phishing, but more targeted)

In its simplest form, a whaling attack is a malicious email pretending to be from senior executives that request finance employees make payments from the company accounts to hacker's accounts. Also known as spear phishing, whaling attacks are the more targeted and...

Case Study – KWB Group

CASE STUDY  KWB Group reduce downtime, increase business productivity and secure business continuity. When Chris Palin joined Australian Kitchen Industries in 2010, the company was owned by a private equity fund, had a history of marginal profits and faced a board of...

Fake Australia Post websites spreading TorrentLocker

Another round of ransomware is targeting Australians. This new incarnation masquerades as an Australia Post email notifying you of a parcel and encouraging you to check tracking, which is similar to those floating around last year.  Clicking the tracking link takes...

blueAPACHE rolls out WAN and Voice solutions for Melbourne City Mission

PRESS RELEASE Melbourne, February 8, 2016 – blueAPACHE, the leading Australian-based provider of managed network, cloud and IT as a Service solutions, has today announced the successful deployment of their emPOWER Wide Area Networking (WAN) solution at Melbourne City...

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