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The Twelve Days of Christmas Hacks

On the first day of Christmas, a hacker sent to mePartridge in a Pear Tree

a malware virus in a pear tree. (!)

 

On the second day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me:

two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

On the third day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me:

Three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

DDos attackOn the fourth day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me: 

Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

On the fifth day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me:

FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

On the sixth day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me: calling scam

Six spywares spying, FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

On the seventh day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me:

Seven bots a netting, six spywares spying, FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

malware virusOn the eighth day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me: 

Eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying, FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.


On the ninth day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me:

Nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying, FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree. (Whew!)


spywareOn the tenth day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me:

Ten keyloggers logging, nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying, FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

On the eleventh day of Christmas, a hacker sent to me:

Eleven rootkits rooting, ten keyloggers logging, nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying, FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

 

“THAT’S IT!” said I. “I’ve had enough! My system’s under attack, my customers are leery, and my brand’s in jeopardy!”

 

On the twelfth day of Christmas, I called Security. 24-By-7 did a risk assessment, penetration testing, fast remediation … and got rid of eleven rootkits rooting, ten keyloggers logging, nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying, FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses, and a malware virus in a pear tree!

 

superhero“And now I’m the HERO of my company!”   

 

Don’t let the holidays (or hackers) get you down.

Call the A-Team at 24By7Security and schedule a

Security Risk Assessment for the new year!

 

Get a Virtual Security Risk Assessment

 
Gail Blount
Gail Blount

Our guest blogger today, Gail Blount, is an award-winning marketing professional and talented copywriter who creates blog content, news articles, white papers, press releases, marketing collateral, and other written materials in the fields of cybersecurity, technology, healthcare, law, and professional services.

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