Fake Merchant Processor Email

Fake credit card processor email. Sure this message is form Mastercard/VISA, even though the website it comes from is ccsecured1srv.wufoo.com... Wufoo is a way to create and share online forms. This form makes it look like you're logging into your account so they can steal your credentials. hashtag Fun fact: dot CAT from the email address has nothing to do with cats, it was created for Catalan, the region of Eastern Spain.

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Securing Your Passwords and Physical Devices

Part of securing your passwords is understanding how they become compromised. Two of the most frequent ways passwords are compromised is through Brute-Force attacks and data breeches. In a Brute-Force attack, hackers are using a systematic plan to check all possibilities until the correct one is found. If a hacker knows that the site requires a minimum of 8 characters and requires the use of both alphabetical and numeric characters they will start with those parameters. This is not done by hand. They write programs to do the dirty work.

So how do you defeat attacks like this? 

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Federal Rules of Evidence Have Changed Simplifying the Authentication of Electronic Evidence

In December 2017 an amendment was made to Rule 902 Federal Rules of Evidence, specifically relating to the process for authenticating Electronically Stored Information (ESI).  Until this amendment was passed, now included as subsections 13 and 14, litigants had to have any electronic evidence authenticated through trial testimony.  This was an expensive process.  While our company has taken on quite a bit of eDiscovery work, being asked to testify as an expert witness was rare due to the time and cost involved for litigants.

The new Subsection 14 reads:

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