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Celebrating 13 Years in Business

Appalachia Technologies is happy to celebrate our 13th year in business!

What better time to recognize those who played a significant role in our success? We have many mentors to thank for helping shape us and bring Appalachia Technologies to life; too many to cite, but we would be amiss to not mention: Alan Todd, Scott Mumma, Greg Lowe, …

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Best Places to Work in PA!

Mechanicsburg, PA. – September 13, 2017 – Appalachia Technologies was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in PA for 2017. The awards program, created in 2000, is one of the first statewide programs of its kind in the country. The program is a public/private partnership between Team Pennsylvania Foundation, the Pennsylvania Department of Community and …

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CPBJ 2017 Top Private Companies List

CPBJ TOP 100/250

Appalachia Technologies Ranks on CPBJ Top Private Companies List

We’re honored and humbled to be ranked #205 on the Central Penn Business Journal’s TOP 100/250 Private Companies for 2017.  We salute our staff…you’re the best at what you do and we couldn’t get here without you! We also want to thank our loyal clients for trusting with us to service …

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Locky ransomware is back. 

New Locky Ransomware Variant

Locky ransomware is back. This time it’s a new more malicious variant of the original malware.  It is spread by spam email that comes with a .zip attachment, containing a .js or .vsb file inside. Beware of any and all files you receive with attachments.  If you get infected with this version of Locky, your data will get encrypted and …

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Petya Ransomware Alert

Just over a month since the huge WannaCry ransomware outbreak, a new variant called “Petya” has infected thousands of computers in the last 24 hours. These infections began in Ukraine, France, UK, and Denmark but are now spreading globally including the US.  The initial infections have been observed occurring in two ways – through email phishing, tricking users into downloading …

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