1. frogboy

    Security Alert Netflix Phish Presses Play on Corporate Dangers

    A new phishing campaign that spoofs Netflix and collects credit card details is targeting both consumers and corporate email users—hoping to capitalize on the thirst for streaming video. The results could be dangerous for businesses and individuals alike. Uncovered by PhishMe, the gambit begins...
  2. frogboy

    Security Alert Viral phishing scams and vulnerabilities: What to watch out for this Patch Tuesday

    I am about to head to Las Vegas for Ivanti’s Interchange 2017 at The Mirage hotel and feeling a bit in a gambling mood, so I am going to take a shot at this month’s forecast and see if luck is on my side. This month we will also explore the dangers of phishing scams and hardware...
  3. R

    Off-Topic Entrepreneur falls for obvious scam, blames Symantec and writes an article about it !

    Okay i was looking for some news on Google about Symantec to check how they where doing when i stubble upon this article. This is probably one of the most hilarious article i've seen in cybersecurity in a while ! The write, a supposedly entrepreneur that have 5 startups (see bottom of the...
  4. Andra Zaharia

    Security Alert LinkedIn Phishing Campaign Pretends to Care for Your Security

    Now, phishing campaigns are nothing new. But I wanted to take the chance to "dissect" this one for the benefit of people who believe that it can't happen to them. Did you know that 23% of email recipients open phishing messages and 11% click on attachments? It may not sound like much, but...
  5. frogboy

    Phishing Scam Targets Game of Thrones Pirates

    A new phishing scam targeting online pirates is much broader than initially thought, with Internet providers all over the world being bombarded with fake copyright infringement notices and settlement demands. The scammers are pretending to represent various rightsholders, including HBO...
  6. D

    IRS warns of 400 percent surge in tax-related phishing emails

    The number of tax related phishing and malware incidents has exploded this US tax season, the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has warned on Thursday. All in all, there has been an increase of nearly 400 percent. “There were 1,026 incidents reported in January, up from 254 from a year...
  7. D

    Gmail to warn when email comms are not encrypted

    From now on, Gmail users will be able to see whether their communications with other email account holders - whether Gmail or any other email service - is secured. If it's not, there will be a red broken lock icon in the upper right corner of the message: "Gmail has always supported encryption...
  8. S

    Beware of a New Apple ID Phishing Campaign

    With over 800 million active accounts, according to Apple's most recent tally, criminals have a large target to hit, and the easiest way to do it is via classic phishing campaigns. In one of the most recent of such attacks, users are receiving emails from verify@ appe.c om in which they are...