Facebook users are being scammed into thinking they donated to a terrorist organization such as SIS instead of donating to a new “friend” who is down on their luck.
It is important to know that a website is safe before using it. There are many signals that can help you check if a website is legit and safe to use. When surfing the web, make sure to watch out for these signals.
During tax season, scammers can slip in their scams while people are in a frenzied state and get their malware onto the victim’s computer.
This is not news of a new scam that was just discovered. This time I am writing about a very personal, scary phone scam that happened to my father.
Two Chinese college students carried out a counterfeit iPhone repair scam where they turned in faulty counterfeit iPhones to Apple who replaced $1M in iPhones.
Scammers have taken to Facebook in hopes of cheating its vast user base out of their personal information. Look out for these Facebook scams that are making the round.
As great as technology has been for phone calls, it’s also been a strain on it witth unwanted spam and scan calls. How do you deal with spam and scam calls?
A newer tactic used by scammers is to get you to send them gift card rather than bank transfer. Find out how gift card scammer works and how to protect yourself.
Twitter has always had a bit of an impersonation problem. A recent Twitter account impersonating Elon Musk made away with $180K in Bitcoins.
An old Chrome bug has been taken advantage of once again by scammers trying to hit unwitting users with tech support scams.
While you can make use of a good security software to improve online security, the best protection against online scams and attacks is not software but good habits.
You must have heard about internet scams or could have even fallen victim once before. Let’s explore ten notorious internet scams you might encounter and how to avoid them.
More and more people are going online to look for their soulmates, and this is where “catfishing” scams come in. Learn how catfishing works and how to protect yourself from it.
The “Troubleshooter” malware scam creates convincing-looking blue screens to trick and panic users to pay up. Here is how you can fix the Troubleshooter malware without spending any money.
Scammers often find loopholes and escape routes to dodge PayPal’s anti-scam precautions. Here’s common Paypal scams you should be aware of.
A group of researchers have managed to create an automated spear phishing detection project. Learn how it works to combat spear phishing.
For those who are hesitant to do shopping online out of safety concerns, here are some ways to minimize the risks involved when making online transactions.
A new Gmail security threat has surfaced, and it’s so sneaky it’s left the experts baffled. Here’s all you need to know to protect yourself from the scam.