4th of july (3)

12676026299?profile=RESIZE_400xJuly 4th marks the anniversary of when Congress, comprised of delegates from the United States' original 13 colonies, signed the Declaration of Independence on 4 July 1776. The document declared the nation's independence from Great Britain.

Some research indicates that the original signers didn't even write their names on the official document until 2 August 1776.  In fact, it would take six months to acquire all 56 signatures.  Thomas McKean, a delegate from Delaware, was reportedly the last pe

12673831262?profile=RESIZE_400xA major cyber-attack occurred just before the Fourth of July holiday in 2021, affecting at least 200 US companies.  The attack was a ransomware attack that occurred first at Kaseya, a Florida-based IT company, and then spread through the corporate networks that use its software.  The attack affected multiple managed service providers and their customers.  The REvil ransomware gang was behind the attack.  Please stay vigilant during all holiday times.

At least 200 US companies were hit by a major

12128557887?profile=RESIZE_400xAfter years of coercive laws and acts that were enforced against the American colonists of England, the British sent military troops to better enforce their laws.  On 18 and 19 April 1775, the British General Thomas Gage led a force of British soldiers from Boston to Lexington, where he planned to capture colonial radical leaders Sam Adams and John Hancock, and then head to Concord and seize their gunpowder.  But American spies got wind of the plan, and with the help of riders such as Paul Rever