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This Section of our site offers advice, information resources, and itemizes the most Critical Malware Alerts we find in the Alerts and Warning services we subscribe to. Our intent is to help in the ways we can with the security of our Customers systems. This is NOT a complete list of Malware by any means. Please check here ONLY as a supplemental source to your primary sources.
You may want to review our Spam Notification sites. Spam is a disabling nuisance to your operations, Using the filtering tools in your Networking Software and Email Clients can help bounce spammers or put their mail in junk folders. The links listed point to companies and organizations that help identify spammers for you to handle as you need to. If you find your company on these lists by mistake, there are links to help get it removed. If removal is difficult contact CCS Retail Support, we can try to help.
Check the New Critical Alerts Blog for New Malware threats.
The best approach is to have a well-balanced and complete strategic plan to combat Malware that attempts to compromise your systems. We suggest the following steps be taken
If you need help putting your plan together contact your CCS Support Technician or Sales Consultant.
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Check if Your Account has been Hacked – pwnedlist.com
I’m sure we all live in a world where we assume our accounts are all safe as long as we can still use them regularly. Same goes for our banking account, as long as the amount does not disappear suddenly, we will assume our account is safe.
What if I were to tell you that your account is already hacked and someone knows your username and password? By having these two criteria, it is sufficient to enter into sites like Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Paypal, and many more to try out your username and password combination.
I’m sure today with every one of us holding at least 5 online accounts, we share the same username and password between accounts. If you are one of those, you are at the right place for today I am going to share with you a site where you can check whether your account is hacked or compromised.
Pwnedlist.com is a creation of two security researchers Alen Puzic and Jasiel Spelman from DVLabs, a division of HP/TippingPoint. What you need to do over there is to enter the username or email address (not the password) which you usually used to login into any online websites and hit the Check button. In just seconds, the result will be shown whether your account is compromised or not.
Windows Malware Software Sources
You can find the sites with Google. Many of these vendors have non-commercial versions or trial versions. Non–commercial versions are not suitable for resident, online protection. Use them for secondary, periodic scans.
Linux and UNIX Malware Software Sources
These are typically open source projects with multiple platform downloads. You should ask for help with installation, if you do not have a technical background. Google them for more details and their Home Pages.
Malware Information Sources
Use your favorite search engine to locate more sources for information. These are a few sources we recommend:.
|Adobe Security Bulletins||http://www.adobe.com/support/security/|
|Avast Virus Monitor||http://www.avast.com/virus-monitor|
|BullDog Estate – Facebook Alerts||https://thebulldogestate.wordpress.com/category/virus-alerts/|
|Emisoft Malware Dictionary||http://www.emsisoft.com/en/support/malware/|
|ESET Threat Center||http://www.eset.com/us/threat-center/index.php|
|Google Safe Browsing Service||http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=<site url>|
|Google Alerts Service||http://www.google.com/alerts?hl=en|
|Kaspersky Labs Dictionary||http://www.securelist.com/en/descriptions|
|Malware Research Group||http://malwareresearchgroup.com/|
|Microsoft Security Portal||http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/|
|News Now Advisories||http://www.newsnow.co.uk/h/Technology/Computer+Technology/Security/Advisories|
|Norton Cybercrime Index||http://us.norton.com/security_response/threatexplorer/index.jsp|
|PC Tools Dictionary||http://www.pctools.com/mrc/infections/|
|Protector Plus Dictionary||http://www.proland.net/virus_info/|
|The Security Blog||http://www.thesecurityblog.com/category/threat-research/|
|Security News Portal||http://www.snpx.com/securityvirus/mainindex.shtml|
|SuperAntiSpyware Research Center||http://www.superantispyware.com/threatresearchcenter.html|
|Top 1 List||vincen-eky.blogspot.com/2011/01/list-antivirus-top-1-best.html|
|Trend Micro Dictionary||http://threatinfo.trendmicro.com/vinfo/|
Use these sites to identify Spammers and Email accounts used by spammers. Setup your Network Filters (TCP/ip filters) and Junk Mail filters to block these spammers as you find them. Search with the databases maintained by these organizations to confirm known spammers. If you need help with your filters contact CCS Retail Support.
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Update and Upgrade Preparation Checklist
|PREPARATION STEP (Printing instructions: use a custom size of 12 x 12 or similar)||NOTES|
|Review the content of the CD/DVD release notes for All the systems involved. Consider making a copy of any checklists they contain for your notes. Have the Media available during the upgrade, as well.|
|Make sure you have a Backup completed and verified before starting.|
|Make sure you have someone who can thoroughly test the update and confirm its operation.|
|Plan for Physical security and environmental factors: Access, Power, Monitoring Company awareness.|
|Have a Voice line and Internet access in the area you will be using for the upgrade.|
|Have any other Materials needed available. e.g. blank media, USB devices, other peripherals.|
|Get the latest CounterPoint Release CD or DVD. Check the media is OK and your drive reads it.|
|Get all the latest Service Pack File(s). This may include your Operating Systems and Database as well.|
|Get the License Key(s) for the version of all the Software you plan to install. Make sure it is legible and you understand the characters. Confirm the values, and perhaps add a Phonetic Spelling in your notes for later.|
|Review the Operating system, Utility, and CounterPoint Logins and Passwords for administrators and users you will need. Write these down and Verify/Test them before starting.|
|Review the Logins and Passwords for any other add-on applications you need, such as Focus Service Manager, and Payroll For CounterPoint. Write these down and Verify/Test them as well.|
|If you have any customizations, have they been retrofitted and tested first?|
|Do you have enough time to make a proper backup and do the update work before your users need to be back on the system? It is recommended that you do this after the close of business not first thing before you open, The former gives you about 16 hours to resolve problems or decide to punt. The latter usually gives you 30 to 60 minutes to do the same. The choice is clear.|
|If you need to request CCS support assistance is it scheduled? We need at least 48 hours warning|
|Put you plan in a schedule by half hour increments. Does it work within the time you have alotted for the upgrade? IF NOT FIX IT NOW. You don’t want to be standing there frustrated when the employees start to arrive!|
If you are unsure about what steps need to be taken with an update, please contact CCS Support for Help. Or Call us at 800-672-4806.
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"American Recovery and Reinvestment Act has officially extended the Section 179 Tax Deduction increases for the 2015 Tax Year"
Section 179 can be extremely profitable to you, so it is to your benefit to learn as much as possible. To begin, you probably have a lot of questions regarding Section 179. Follow the links below to get the details on this opportunity:
They’ll answer all of these questions, and make certain that you come away with all the knowledge you need to make smart business decisions in 2015 regarding equipment purchasing and Section 179 (if you’ve been thinking about buying or leasing new equipment, 2015 IS THE YEAR TO DO IT, due to changes in Section 179 made by the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 and extended by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) The graphic below is out of date. Visit the government site with the links on this page!
Free Tools that Make Calculating Section 179 Deductions Simple
Section 179 is really very simple – you buy or lease qualifying equipment, and then take a full tax deduction on it this year (also, there are a few other things, which we’ll go over, but in a nutshell, that’s the idea.) To give you an estimate of how much money you can save, use the Section 179 Deduction Calculator to make computing Section 179 deductions simple, and look at the changes in Section 179 due to the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 that have been extended by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for the 2013 Tax Year.
NEWS ALERT: Jan, 2013
Section 179 has been extended to cover the tax year 2013 as a consequence of the Fiscal Cliff negotiations. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to reduce your acquisition costs for equipment.
NEWS ALERT: Feb 25, 2011
Two congressional acts affecting Section 179 in a positive way for this 2011 tax year passed in late 2010 (The Tax Relief Act of 2010 and The Jobs Act of 2010). The newest changes are as follows:
The Section 179 Deduction limit was increased to $500,000. The total amount of equipment that can be purchased was increased to $2 million. This includes most new and used capital equipment, and also includes software.
The "Bonus Depreciation" was increased to 100% on qualified assets. However, this can be taken on new equipment only.
When applying these provisions, Section 179 is generally taken first, followed by Bonus Depreciation – unless the business has no taxable profit in 2011.
Also, many businesses find Section 179 Qualified Financing to be an attractive option in 2011.
Successful businesses take advantage of legal tax incentives to help lower their operating costs. The Section 179 Deduction is a tax incentive that is easy to use, and gives businesses an incentive to invest in themselves. In short, taking advantage of the Section 179 Deduction will help your business keep more capital, while also getting needed equipment
Call your CCS Sales Consultant 800-672-4806 for more details or email us.
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