“Download This application and Win Mobile Phone”, reads the message attempting to trick users into downloading a fake Huawei app
Here’s how to spot scams where criminals use deceptive text messages to hook and reel in their marks
Another in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans
Security flaws in a widely used DNS software package could allow attackers to send users to malicious websites or to remotely hijack their devices
Criminals coax employees into handing over their access credentials and use the login data to burrow deep into corporate networks
Millions of people flock to Signal and Telegram as WhatsApp scrambles to assuage users' concerns
ESET research dissects targeted malware attacks in Colombia – What parents hope to get out of parental controls – Privacy risks of new mesh Wi-Fi routers
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The documents related to COVID-19 vaccine and medications were stolen from the EU's medicines agency last month
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ESET researchers uncover attacks targeting Colombian government institutions and private companies, especially from the energy and metallurgical industries
Fraudsters are quick to exploit current events for their own gain, but many schemes do the rounds regardless of what’s making the news. Here are 5 common scams you should look out for.
Watch out for a new PayPal smishing campaign – Employee login credentials up for sale – WhatsApp to share more data with Facebook
Successful exploitation of some of these flaws could allow attackers to take control of vulnerable systems
Many users have until February 8 to accept the new rules – or else lose access to the app
It’s hardly fun and games for top gaming companies and their customers as half a million employee credentials turn up for sale on the dark web
The scam starts with a text warning victims of suspicious activity on their accounts
Is the message real or fake? Take our Phishing Derby quiz to find out how much you know about phishing.