Tagged: phishing

How to Spot the Latest Netflix Phishing Scam

Everyone loves Netflix, especially when they don’t have to pay for it. That’s why you’re sharing someone else’s account, right? Well, scammers love free Netflix, too, and a new phishing attack could get you...

Don’t Open That ‘Winky Face’ Email

A highly successful email spam campaign is infecting computers with ransomware and other malware like cryptocurrency miners and botnet software that can send spam messages from your accounts without you noticing. Read more… Read...

4 Basic Ways To Keep Your Crypto Safe

Just a week ago, Google removed 49 Chrome extensions imitating MEW, Ledger, Trezor, and other popular cryptocurrency wallets. Phishing attempts are on the rise, and in this stressful time, it’s also easy to make an irreversible mistake...

Coronavirus-Related Scams: How to Avoid them?

Due to the surge of Coronavirus disease worldwide, scammers and hackers are availing this golden opportunity by launching fake campaigns and playing with people’s emotions to cash in the opportunity. Read the full story...