Foolish IT LLC

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Foolish IT was founded while creating automation and utility software, intended for computer repair technicians to assist in repetitive daily tasks, create uniform and consistent work among multiple employees, improve efficiency of all technicians, and increase your bottom line. We are most known in the tech community for creating the popular technician's swiss army knife "D7" (later reinvented as "d7II" and "d7x") as well as a host of other small utilities (both paid and free) such as DataGrab, KillEmAll, dUninstaller, KillZA, and many more.

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CELERIUM ANNOUNCES A PARTNERSHIP TO BRING CYBERSECURITY AND CMMC AWARENESS TO THE DANISH DEFENSE INDUSTRY WITH CENSEC

prnewswire | February 10, 2021

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Celerium Inc. reported today another association with CenSec, the superb Danish bunch association for organizations work in innovative enterprises like safeguard, country security, space, aviation, and online protection. CenSec overcomes any issues between regular citizen organizations, the Armed Forces and other Governmental specialists with the target to build up a solid safeguard and security industry and to fortify those little and medium-sized Danish undertakings which are - or need to beco...

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TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICT LOSES $2.3M IN PHISHING RAID

Infosecurity | January 14, 2020

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A Texas school district has found out the hard way that phishing attacks remain a serious financial threat to organizations of all shapes and sizes, losing an estimated $2.3m in a recent scam. Manor Independent School District took to Twitter to post official confirmation that the FBI is currently investigating the incident.“This investigation is still ongoing and although there are strong leads in the case we are still encouraging anyone with information to contact Detective Lopez ...

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DATA BREACH REPORT: POPULAR DIGITAL WALLET APP KEY RING EXPOSES 14 MILLION USERS

securitymagazine | April 03, 2020

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Led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, vpnMentor’s research team of ethical hackers, recently discovered a data leak by the popular app Key Ring, that compromised the privacy and security of their 14 million users. Key Ring allows users to upload scans and photos of membership and loyalty cards onto a digital folder on one’s phone. However, many users also use it to store copies of IDs, driver licenses, credit cards, and more. A misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket owned by th...

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GENUS POWER AND NANOLOCK SECURITY PARTNER TO SECURE SMART METERS AND PREVENT UTILITY CYBERATTACKS AND FRAUD

prnewswire | October 20, 2020

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NanoLock Security, the market leader of ironclad protection for smart metering infrastructure, IoT and connected edge devices, today announced a partnership with Genus Power Infrastructures, a global provider and leader of full spectrum smart energy metering solutions, to cooperate on a new cybersecurity solution that protects smart metering infrastructure, manufactured by Genus Power, from cyberattacks, theft, and fraud. The solution also provides a new managed security service for utilities an...

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DATA SECURITY

CELERIUM ANNOUNCES A PARTNERSHIP TO BRING CYBERSECURITY AND CMMC AWARENESS TO THE DANISH DEFENSE INDUSTRY WITH CENSEC

prnewswire | February 10, 2021

Celerium Inc. reported today another association with CenSec, the superb Danish bunch association for organizations work in innovative enterprises like safeguard, country security, space, aviation, and online protection. CenSec overcomes any issues between regular citizen organizations, the Armed Forces and other Governmental specialists with the target to build up a solid safeguard and security industry and to fortify those little and medium-sized Danish undertakings which are - or need to beco...

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TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICT LOSES $2.3M IN PHISHING RAID

Infosecurity | January 14, 2020

A Texas school district has found out the hard way that phishing attacks remain a serious financial threat to organizations of all shapes and sizes, losing an estimated $2.3m in a recent scam. Manor Independent School District took to Twitter to post official confirmation that the FBI is currently investigating the incident.“This investigation is still ongoing and although there are strong leads in the case we are still encouraging anyone with information to contact Detective Lopez ...

Read More
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DATA BREACH REPORT: POPULAR DIGITAL WALLET APP KEY RING EXPOSES 14 MILLION USERS

securitymagazine | April 03, 2020

Led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, vpnMentor’s research team of ethical hackers, recently discovered a data leak by the popular app Key Ring, that compromised the privacy and security of their 14 million users. Key Ring allows users to upload scans and photos of membership and loyalty cards onto a digital folder on one’s phone. However, many users also use it to store copies of IDs, driver licenses, credit cards, and more. A misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket owned by th...

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GENUS POWER AND NANOLOCK SECURITY PARTNER TO SECURE SMART METERS AND PREVENT UTILITY CYBERATTACKS AND FRAUD

prnewswire | October 20, 2020

NanoLock Security, the market leader of ironclad protection for smart metering infrastructure, IoT and connected edge devices, today announced a partnership with Genus Power Infrastructures, a global provider and leader of full spectrum smart energy metering solutions, to cooperate on a new cybersecurity solution that protects smart metering infrastructure, manufactured by Genus Power, from cyberattacks, theft, and fraud. The solution also provides a new managed security service for utilities an...

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