Our employee spotlight for this month is best known as “The Utility Knife”! Corey Malamphy has been a valued technician for 8 years now. He began his role at M Cubed as a Helpdesk Technician in Fresno, CA. Then opened our Lawrence, KS branch and worked his way up by taking the certifications to become a Systems Administrator. Corey loves a challenge, especially when a third-party technician deems an issue unfixable. He usually finds a way!
Corey, now back at our CA branch, loves to try any new cuisine that Fresno has to offer. He enjoys Hockey, his favorite animal is a Red Panda, and favorite movie is Tenant.
Written by Anthony Choza
You can quickly change the text size of any web page by taking these easy steps.
Finding it hard to read text in your web browser? You can quickly change text size of any web page by holding down Ctrl and the mouse wheel up or down OR Ctrl and +/-. This will also work on your desktop to change the size of your desktop icons and the icons in your folders.
Written by Bill Brown
A second layer of security can protect against common hacker attacks.
MFA works by providing a 2nd layer of security in the form of sending you a code via an authentication application such as Google Authenticator or Microsoft Authenticator and even by text message. Now you might be asking yourself how hackers bypass this if they aren’t being sent the code or don’t have access to the authenticator app. This is where we come across a term used in the security industry called MFA Fatigue. MFA Fatigue is caused by sending a request for an MFA code being sent to a user so many times that they eventually accept it. You probably have noticed that when we turn on MFA, we have it send you a code that requires you to put the code in or verify it with the application. MFA has another method where it just sends you a link stating something like “Hey did you recently try to sign into this site?” Those are the types that generally fall into the category of being able to be cracked by MFA Fatigue.