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The KPInterface IT blog covers a wide range of topics. From software, cloud computing, security issues, networking, FAQs, and tips to keep you safe and well informed.

Be Careful Downloading Clubhouse App On Android

Be Careful Downloading Clubhouse App On Android

Clubhouse has taken the internet by storm. Or rather, it has taken the iOS ecosystem by storm, since the company has yet to release an Android version of their increasingly popular app. If you're not sure what all the fuss is about, Clubhouse is an audio chat app that...

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Another Malware Evolves To Gain Access To More Systems

Another Malware Evolves To Gain Access To More Systems

One of the more disturbing trends this year is that worms are becoming popular among the hackers of the world again. We've seen a handful of new malware strains introduced in recent months with worm modules added to their code, allowing them to scan and infect Windows...

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Now Hackers Are Attacking Exchange Server Vulnerabilities

Now Hackers Are Attacking Exchange Server Vulnerabilities

In early January of this year (2021), Microsoft informed security expert Brian Krebs that the company found four zero-day security flaws in their Exchange Server. Those flaws were actively being exploited by a persistent threat group known as Halfnium, sponsored by...

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New Windows Server 2022 Includes Security Improvements

New Windows Server 2022 Includes Security Improvements

Recently, Microsoft made an announcement regarding the particulars of Windows Server 2022, and there's a lot to like in terms of built-in protections. That is amazing, even if you're not especially concerned about security. Here's a quick overview of what you can...

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New Ransomware Strains Have Researchers On Their Toes

New Ransomware Strains Have Researchers On Their Toes

Recently, researchers have discovered two new ransomware strains, dubbed "AlumniLocker" and "Humble", both of which have very different ways of doing what they do. This highlights the ongoing development and diversification of the larger ransomware threat and...

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