The corporate giant has made a special effort to warn the public about a new email phishing scam.
It only takes about a minute or less to get hacked via a phishing attack.. Fortunately, you can protect yourself. Follow these tips.
In addition to .com, .net, and the like, it’s now possible to purchase custom generic top-level domains. I’ll review what this means and why it’s cause for concern.
A new, tricky phishing scam has been making the rounds throughout the Internet as of late and our friends at KnowBe4 have released a special bulletin warning their customers about this scam.
Our engineers over at the AV Labs have spotted recently a deluge of spam about a “traffic ticket”
By Bill Pytlovany
Last week a serious failure in storing names and Email occurred due to a security flaw by a company name Epsilon. This may be the largest failure in protecting names and Email in my lifetime. Epsilon is trying to downplay this failure by claiming it only lost 2% of its database
The weekly roundup of top stories from the GFI Labs Blog – including news of a distressed traveler scam, Nigerian phishing scam, fake free VPN and .edu forum spam..
Digital Gangsters and Scams
Bits from Bill: Malware Strongholds
Tip: PC Process Explorer
Tip: Control Panel Add-Ons
Tip: Build Your Own PC
New Survey: Drivers
Survey Results: Do You Know Your PC?
Research: Floating Point Pas
Just when you thought it was safe to click …
The days when a bored teenager would hatch a virus in his basement – just to prove he could – and start the epidemic using a 3.5-inch floppy are long gone.
Even spyware – with its Big-Brother-like, harassing approach to get you to buy things – seems to have waned in the face of fury from consumers and Congress.
Beware of Phishing Scams by Rob Cheng There is a growing menace on the Internet called phishing. In simple terms, phishing can be defined as using fraudulent emails and web sites to trick you into revealing passwords and user names. The scary part is that phishing is becoming a growing and thriving industry. AntiPhishing.org reported […]