Our Services

Network Protection Services

If your business is dependent on the data that it generates from day to day, you should consider speaking with us about securing and bolstering your current network and cyber security with one of our cyber security and network protection service accounts.

Workstation and Server Deployment

When it comes to the roll out of large quantities of PC’s and Servers, Atlanta I.T. Service is the proven choice offering exponentially more efficient service than anyone else.

Priority Customer Service

From time to time, certain situations require special attention. Atlanta I.T. Service offers priority service to customers who have special needs.

Wide Area Networks

If you have or need remote offices, Atlanta I.T. Service can design, implement, and support the optimal Wide Area Network for your business.

Data Vault Service

We offer highly reliable, automated backups and recovery services that assure fast and accurate restoration following data loss or destruction.

Wiring Services

We are a Georgia State Low Voltage Licensed Contractor. Low voltage cabling is the backbone of most networks and telecommunication infrastructures.

Web Design

Your organization deserves to put its best foot forward on the internet. Let us assess your needs and provide dynamic, memorable and tasteful web designs.

And More…

We pride ourselves on making sure you get the most comprehensive experience possible.

Recent News

  • The new Areca ARC-1686-2NOD

    For the past two weeks we have enjoyed getting familiar with a true Raid adapter for NVMe M.2 drives. This “2NOD” model will host just 2 drives but they do offer a “4NOD” & “6NOD” model for larger drive arrays. We took time to try this newly available offering from Areca in a few different […]

  • Microsoft releases impressive July 2022 Security Patch

    Microsoft released a new round of updates (KB5015807) to address 84 new security flaws spanning many product categories, including a zero-day vulnerability that’s under active attack in the wild. Out of 84 security flaws 4 are rated Critical, and 80 are rated Important in severity. Another two other bugs are in the Chromium-based Edge browser, […]

  • Windows 10 VPN Client February 2022 – Steps to fix

    We recently noticed many clients reporting issues with their Windows built in Microsoft VPN Client no longer connecting. The VPN Client displays the message “Can’t connect to VPN. The L2TP connection attempt failed because the security layer encountered a processing error during initial negotiations with the remote computer” In the Application event log errors from […]

  • McAfee Definition Version 10234 and higher

    We have confirmed recently released versions of McAfee’s definition files detects Screen Connect or ConnectWise Control products as “UnWanted Programs”. We are told previous detections from the McAfee team have detected these products as “RDN/ScreenConnect” and another incident detecting them as “ScreenConnect”. Today we can confirm they have changed the detection name to “ConnectWise”. All […]

  • Microsoft Windows Servers effected by January Update

    It appears we have noticed another problematic Microsoft update but this time its effecting Windows Server 2012R2, 2019 and 2022 versions. Calls have mainly been about Server 2012R2 and only a few about the new 2019 and 2022 versions. We found removing the updates appears to be the only work around and it does require […]

  • After installing update KB5008212, Outlook messages are missing from the search results

    After installing update KB5008212, Outlook emails are missing from the Outlook search results. This update was released on January 5, 2022 and as of January 13, 2022 we have witnessed it is still being installed via the Windows Update Service. The status of when this update might be pulled from the Microsoft update pool is […]

  • Windows 10 VPN Client broken via KB5009543

    January 12, 2022 off to a busy start! Calls and emails have been pouring in today from Windows 10 and 11 users reporting issues with their Windows Built in VPN Client not allowing them to connect to VPN resources. We have seen this a few times now and it appears a new Microsoft update is […]

  • Shortages in laptops and desktops could possibly last all of 2021

    Shortages in laptops and desktops could possibly last all year. Anthony Spadafora over at Tech Radar reports supply chain shortages in laptops and desktops could possibly last until 2022. He tells us getting your hands on a new laptop or desktop in 2021 could be slightly trickier as the market responds to a major surge […]

  • Secret Backdoor Account Found in Several Zyxel Firewall, VPN Products

      Zyxel has released a patch to address a critical vulnerability in its firmware concerning a hardcoded undocumented secret account that could be abused by an attacker to login with administrative privileges and compromise its networking devices. The flaw, tracked as CVE-2020-29583 (CVSS score 7.8), affects version 4.60 present in wide-range of Zyxel devices, including […]

  • 49 New Google Chrome Extensions Caught Hijacking Cryptocurrency Wallets

    Google has ousted 49 Chrome browser extensions from its Web Store that masqueraded as cryptocurrency wallets but contained malicious code to siphon off sensitive information and empty the digital currencies. The 49 browser add-ons, potentially the work of Russian threat actors, were identified by researchers from MyCrypto and PhishFort. “Essentially, the extensions are phishing for […]

  • NetCAT: New Attack Lets Hackers Remotely Steal Data From Intel CPUs

    Unlike previous side-channel vulnerabilities disclosed in Intel CPUs, researchers have discovered a new flaw that can be exploited remotely over the network without requiring an attacker to have physical access or any malware installed on a targeted computer. Dubbed NetCAT, short for Network Cache ATtack, the new network-based side-channel vulnerability could allow a remote attacker […]

  • Web Browsers implementation of DNS over HTTPS TLS

    Immediately after Mozilla announced its plan to soon enable ‘DNS over HTTPS’ (DoH) by default for Firefox users in the United States, Google today says it is planning an experiment with the privacy-focused technology in its upcoming Chrome 78. Under development since 2017, ‘DNS over HTTPS’ performs DNS lookups—finding the server IP address of a […]

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