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HKMA and HSBC Warn Public Against Phishing Attempts

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Internet turns on white supremacists and neo-Nazis with doxing, phishing

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reader comments 288 In the wake of last week’s “Unite the Right” march in Charlottesville, Virginia—as well as the vehicular murder of a woman by (probably) a neo-Nazi connected to the event—the quest to identify and out those who marched with white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups last Friday and Saturday is in full swing. In […]




Internet turns on white supremacists and neo-Nazis with doxing, phishing

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reader comments 288 In the wake of last week’s “Unite the Right” march in Charlottesville, Virginia—as well as the vehicular murder of a woman by (probably) a neo-Nazi connected to the event—the quest to identify and out those who marched with white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups last Friday and Saturday is in full swing. In […]




Scam Watch: Phishing callers using names, numbers you trust

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SYRACUSE (WSYR-TV) – Constant calls from unknown numbers in recent months has gone beyond an annoyance as the Better Business Bureau of Upstate New York tallies more than 100 phishing phone calls in its Scam Tracker. Those are just the calls that get reported. Each time around, the calls have different names and numbers, but […]




Gmail now warns iOS users about suspicious links in fight against phishing threats

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Should you really be clicking on those links you just received in your email? Despite all the headlines about zero-day threats and state-sponsored attacks, the rather less dramatic truth is that the majority of security incidents start with a user simply clicking on a malicious link or opening a dangerous attachment – threats that we’ve […]




No more shady links! Google rolls out anti-phishing mechanisms for …

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SAN FRANCISCO: Google has rolled out its anti-phishing mechanisms for the Gmail app for iPhone users that will warn you about potential phishing attacks when you click on a shady link. Google said the new feature will take nearly two weeks before it is available everywhere. According to a statement, Google said that if you […]




Bad guys phishing for cash

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I recently received an email from my bank, notifying me that they were upgrading their security systems, and that my account information needed to be updated. The email included a convenient link which took me directly to my bank’s website. No problem, I thought, so I did my duty, and visited the website. After entering […]




Gmail iOS app will now warn you about phishing attempts | 9to5Mac

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Back in May, Google updated its Gmail app on Android to warn about phishing attempts. It is now rather belatedly bringing that same protection to the iOS app. The protection kicks in if you click on a sketchy link in an email, with two different levels of warning … NordVPN If Google knows the site […]




PhishMe offers free phishing training tool to SMBs | TechCrunch

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There are lots of reasons scammers send a phishing email. They may want to get access to the company network or perhaps a quick payout with ransomware. Maybe it’s just a good old-fashioned con to trick someone into sending money or personally identifiable information, but whatever the reason, everyday countless phishing emails are sent into the […]




PhishMe offers free phishing training tool to SMBs

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There are lots of reasons scammers send a phishing email. They may want to get access to the company network or perhaps a quick payout with ransomware. Maybe it’s just a good old fashioned con to trick someone into sending money or personally identifiable information, but whatever the reason, everyday countless phishing emails are sent into […]




IRS Warns Tax Pros About New Phishing Scam – Forbes

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Shutterstock The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies, and the tax industry, as part of the Security Summit, are warning tax professionals about a new scam making the rounds. The new scam involves a phishing email scam impersonating tax software providers and attempting to steal usernames and passwords. The timing isn’t coincidental: now is the […]




PhishNet: Your best phishing trip

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While it may seem bonkers to anyone who lives and breathes in the digital space, the importance of cybersecurity has taken a while to hit the mainstream’s radar. This all changed this year thanks to the arrival of some particularly nasty malware that spread like wildfire through computer networks on a global scale. First up, […]




Keep yourself safe from phishing attacks: Find out how!

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The world is moving online, and so is crime. One of the most common cyber crimes that often target innocent individuals is phishing. Phishing refers to fraudulent electronic communication which attempts to steal personal data, especially for financial theft. Despite advancements in technology worldwide, such decades-old crimes still keep happening. Here’s how you can keep […]




How to spot phishing emails and avoid being scammed

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The technique known as “phishing” is used by internet crooks to try to steal the web users’ identity or personal data (passwords, bank details, social security number, etc.), via fraudulent emails with links to fake or compromised websites. Here are a few things to keep in mind when opening emails to avoid falling victim to […]




How to spot phishing emails and avoid being scammed

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The technique known as “phishing” is used by internet crooks to try to steal the web users’ identity or personal data (passwords, bank details, social security number, etc.), via fraudulent emails with links to fake or compromised websites. Here are a few things to keep in mind when opening emails to avoid falling victim to […]