The latest cyberattack is is a phishing scam that attacked major industries and exposed login credentials through Google search.
The FTC has warned that people are receiving fake phone calls with the scammers pretending to be from Apple or Amazon support.
Bad actors have gone back to old-school methods and are using vishing phone scams once again because so many are working from home.
Amorblox discovered a Netflix phishing scan that was designed to steal credit card information by sending am email that warned users of a billing error.
Scammers are able to obtain your carrier information and impersonate your carrier in texts. Read what happened and how you can protect yourself.
Third-party app developers with a nefarious intent can create Amazon skills and Google Home actions that may seem benign but are actually “smart spies.”
Pharming can redirect your computer from a legitimate URL to a fake copy and steal your login credentials. Find out what pharming is and how to prevent it.
Spear phishing is dangerous because it uses the rapport between an individual and an organization to accomplish its purpose. This article explains what it is and how to protect yourself.
It is important to protect yourself from phishing attacks, whether executed by a hacker or NSA. Here’s what you need to know about phishing attacks.
The latest malicious plan that Internet users need to be aware of is a new Apple ID phishing scam, that looks very, very deceptive.
What if someone else had enough information about you from the web to become you? What can you do to prevent identity theft? We’re here to help you out.
Do you loathe creating passwords because you cannot remember them right after you created it? However, most people don’t realize that it is actually very easy to crack passwords. Here we will unveil the various password cracking methods used by hackers and how you can protect yourself.
Fishing can be a really enjoyable activity. But, getting fished, or phished for that matter, is not so fun. What exactly is phishing? And why should you take extreme precautions to protect yourself? This guide shows you how phishing attacks work and how to protect yourselves from them.
I have recently received a phishing mail with the sender address from “facebookmail.com”. The phishing mail looks exactly the same as the real notification email from Facebook, and if not careful, I would have clicked the link and give away my facebook login name and password. Here’s a screenshot of the original vs the phishing […]