Criminals use ‘brute force’ attacks targeting weak passwords to guess small business server login passwords. ‘Brute force’ is where an automated tool is used to work through all possible passwords until it finds the correct one. Once logged on, criminals can manually encrypt business files, including databases in some examples. They then leave a ransom notice on the server or send the business owner an email demanding they pay a ransom for the ‘key’, or code, to unlock the files. Ransom amounts have been known to reach up to AUD$8,000.
Granitenet Inc. has a number of preventative Affordable solutions available for small businesses wanting to increse their security, and enquires are welcome. firstname.lastname@example.org
A joint project between the University of Southern Queensland and GraniteNet Inc.
We are aiming this pilot program towards technology training for selected aged care volunteers in Stanthorpe to assist frail or otherwise debilitated aged care residents to use computer tablets for everyday communication, making new connections and other leisure pursuits. Genrously funded by Caring for Ageing Rural Australians (CARA) Program.
GraniteNet wants all of your new or old or broken computers and parts.
Our computer recycling helps to reduce local landfill, and helps to put a computer on everyones desk, particularly those that cannot afford one.
Do you stand out in a crowd? Do you want to learn a unique skill set? Do you have a passion for helping others? We need you!
GraniteNet is currently looking for dedicated volunteers in a range of skill sets. As a 100% not-for-profit volunteer run organisation, we need volunteers to keep the ball rolling, people like you can help make our community a better place, and open up learning opportunities for yourself and others...