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Spigot, Inc will be at the SWFL Regional Career Fair May 2nd at FGCU Alico Arena

On May 2nd, 2018 Spigot, Inc will be at the largest career fair to occur in Southwest Florida at Alico Arena on the FGCU campus… home of #DunkCity. Spigot, Inc has several positions available locally at our Fort Myers office and we are excited to speak with job seekers in the community.

The career fair is open to the public, not limited to FGCU students. While the students are finishing their final exams, beat the crowd and stop by Spigot, Inc booth #54 in the morning. EXAM STUDENTS – Spigot, Inc has a post exam recovery kit for you. Be sure to come by and get yours. The morning session is from 9AM-12PM while the afternoon session is from 1PM-3:30PM. Spigot, Inc will be there for both sessions.

Spigot, Inc is giving away a Vizio 39″ Flatscreen Smart TV to one lucky applicant. Spin our prize wheel as we have many other giveaways! We’ll see you at the Spigot, Inc booth #54. Leave your resume to be entered for the grand prize and spin that wheel.

If you feel like you have the drive and passion to launch your career in a start up environment and are unable to attend the career fair, send your resume and cover letter to careers@spigot.com for review! Check out all of our adventures on the Spigot Inc blog.

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Microsoft Acts Quickly on the WiFi Attack

Spigot Inc learned of a Wi-FI attack on Microsoft. Fortunately, Microsoft acted quickly and have already fixed the attacks vulnerability.

“Technology companies are starting to respond to a new Wi-Fi exploit affecting all modern Wi-Fi networks using WPA or WPA 2 encryption. The security vulnerabilities allow attackers to read Wi-Fi traffic between devices and wireless access points, and in some cases even modify it to inject malware into websites. Security researchers claim devices running macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, and Linux will be affected by the vulnerabilities.

Microsoft says it has already fixed the problem for customers running supported versions of Windows. “We have released a security update to address this issue,” says a Microsoft spokesperson in a statement to The Verge. “Customers who apply the update, or have automatic updates enabled, will be protected. We continue to encourage customers to turn on automatic updates to help ensure they are protected.” Microsoft is planning to publish details of the update later today.”

Continue the story on the Verge

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