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When online sales are on the rise, so is the fraud. In this article, we expose the most common e-commerce scams, from pagejacking and triangulation to account takeover and email phishing. read more

As you're reading the latest news online, an urgent message pops up warning that you are using an older version of Chrome. It says you need to update it. Did you ever get that? Beware of this scam! read more

Every time the government announces a new form of support, fraud is not far behind. In this article, we’ll look at why the stimulus package has become such a target for fraud, and how the Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used to limit this. read more

Beware of the new Google Docs phishing scam going around. Most of them come via emails and are extremely dangerous, as they could compromise your computer if you don't have the proper anti-virus software. Here is how the scam works: read more

One of these days, you may receive an email that looks like you have been invited to a Zoom meeting. The invitation seems very official and slightly bears Zoom's branding and style. The email going around looks like this: read more

Businesses need to defend against these online security breaches, which ultimately lead to a loss in consumer confidence. That loss of confidence can lead to loss of customers and even revenue. read more

Fraud may track any activity on the Internet. Searching information, sending emails, visiting websites, online shopping, and social networking - all these activities leave traces through which it is easy to find out most of the user's data. read more

The Apple Support Pop-Up is the equivalent of Microsoft Tech Support Scam that's been happening for over a decade. Since Apple products are have become even more popular, it was just a matter of time until cybercriminals applied the same tactics. read more

As technology advances, so do scammers. Around every digital corner, some dubious character is waiting to take advantage of an unsuspecting victim. Consumers are becoming increasingly vigilant online, so how do you show your customers you're legit? read more

Coronavirus stats as of June 9, 2020, some of them are shocking. You could also find COVID-19 fraud statistics in this article, plus much more information that is not just global numbers. Here it is: from scams to unusual data. read more

From DDoS attacks to the current highly favored phishing attacks that ultimately result in data breaches, cyber-attacks are a rising threat to companies, governments, and individuals around the globe. The last one was Unacademy. read more

The web hosting supplier and domain registrar GoDaddy was struck by a data breach that jeopardized tons of accounts. Here is what you should know: read more

The internet is where we communicate with people who are important to us. However, all these things render us vulnerable to malicious attacks. Here are a few essential steps to take. read more

Here are the most common online security attacks and the top protection plans you should consider securing your eCommerce business. Whether it's about SSL, phishing, DDSL, SQL injections, threats, XSS or trojan horses, beware. read more

If you have a website, you may receive an email from a law firm saying you infringed on the image copyright of their client. They want a link on your website so that you avoid legal action. Here is how his SEO scam works. read more

Whether you get your degree online or in-person shouldn’t matter when it comes to the quality of the qualification that you receive and the career pathways that it can open up for you. Unfortunately, some programs might not always be what they seem. read more

Videoconferencing company Zoom was recently hacked, 530,000 logins being stolen and now sold online for $0.002. How did the data breach happen? How can you see if your email address has been compromised and what to do about it? Here: read more

Beware of the TV Licensing Cancel Scam, going around it the UK. A text message or email announces that the TV company has cancelled your license as they were unauthorized to process your payment details. read more

Beware of the recent Autofill phishing campaigns and stay away from identity theft. Learn how to turn off Autofill Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Explorer in this article. Here is how to disable the form on all platforms. read more

The latest scam going around this week is the PayPal Money Generator, aka the PayPal Money Adder app. Here is how it works: read more

Beware of the Mystery Box Scam aka the Mystery Gift Box Auction, going around this week. It comes as an offer to purchase an item online with the possibility to get something more expensive or cheaper than the amount you paid. Here is how it works: read more

Taking advantage of Viber's great service and outreach to a broad audience of over one billion people, cybercrooks have created a variety of scams. Here is the Top 3: impersonation of admin, the lottery and the text message. read more

How safe are we with the fingerprint security option on our smartphones? Not that much anymore. Criminals found a way to make you tap the button and send money to their account in the same time. Read this article to see how that's possible: read more

Beware of the Government Surplus Auctions Scam, going around in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. As everyone loves a good deal, scammers came up with tricks that make you believe you are in for a treat. read more

There is a new Amazon scam going on this week. What's scarier is that it's coming from Amazon Prime, which was supposed to be safer thanks to its 'A to Z Guarantee' feature. Here is how it works: read more

Amazon has over 200 million monthly users, offering also a little paradise for scammers. Here are four Amazon shipment scams, from the "Can't ship to your location" approach to the "Wrong shipping address" email. Read here: read more

Beware of the new Free iPhone 11 Pro scam going around these days. Read how it happens here, watch the video and educate yourself: read more

Have you heard of the WhatsApp Gold version? In the latest scam, WhatsApp users are reporting receiving a message encouraging them to switch to a premium version of the app named WhatsApp Gold, initially made for celebrities. read more

QR codes (Quick Response Codes) are scannable barcodes that direct smartphone users to certain websites or other downloadable content. Unfortunately, criminals are taking advantage of the situation and get victims to access the wrong page. read more

Using Skype much? Watch out for the latest scams, coming to you though phone calls you have on Skype! read more

In the PayPal Alert Scam, you receive an email claiming to be from PayPal, with the title subject: "PayPal Alert". You are informed that you just sent a payment to a company. read more

Beware of a new scam involving your Netflix membership, whether you are logging in, signing up, or wanting to cancel your account. read more

Many scam artists have jumped on the cryptocurrency train to unleash all kinds of scam cryptocurrencies on unsuspecting investors who think they are buying the next Bitcoin at a discount. read more

The new iPhone 8 and iPhone X phones are the subject of many fraudulent activities already. Having amazing features such as face recognition or wireless charging the two Apple products are offered arguably for free. See how the scam works here. read more

You likely purchased something on, Amazon Prime or Amazon Prime Day over the last few months. If you did, you could soon become a victim of this elaborate scam. How does it work? Read here. read more

Beware of fake online shopping websites. Whether it's about clothing, gadgets or shoes, you can file an online shopping fraud complaint and add to this fake shopping websites list. See the list of scamming websites here. read more

There are many fraudulent emails going around these days, sent consistently by criminals. The latest scam is the Your Receipt From Apple aka LINE Coin App scheme or Clash Royale. read more

A scary scam going around this week is the eBay Confirmation Email aka eBay Order scheme. As more and more people purchase items online day after day, scammers find ways to victimize consumers all over the world. read more

This one is the scariest scam of this year. Imagine this: while you're using your computer, tablet or mobile, the screen freezes. Watch the video in this article to see in action the scary Ransomware Computer Hostage scam exposed. read more

There are a few variations of the Google Foundation Grant Scam, but first let's take a closer look at how to verify if the emails you receive are actually coming from the real Google headquarters. read more

The latest scam going around this week is the PayPal Transaction Email aka PayPal Smart Watch Purchase scheme. Read this article and watch the video to educate yourself on avoiding the crooks! read more

A new PayPal scam is going around this week. It comes as an email with the subject title: "Order was successful". The content of the message states that you have sent a $225US payment to Playwith Interactives, Inc - a random company. Here is the scam read more

Betting on sports games has been insanely popular lately. Betting on free fixed matches though has become epidemic. If you are a gambler, beware of this latest scam going around these days on social media. read more

Beware of a new scam going around this week referencing millions of Yahoo email accounts that have been hacked. Fake features on CNN and FOX News. See how it works here and what can happen if you fall for this fraudulent move. read more

Whatsapp scams alert! Whether is about a new feature update, Whatsapp Gold version download, an incoming voicemail or investing in Whatsapp stocks, beware of these five fraudulent practices. Let's take a look, with a couple of explanatory videos. read more

Your Amazon Echo speaker could be at risk. Smart home gadgets featuring microphones programmed to listen for everything you say may be turned into devices that could also spy on everything you say. read more

Venmo is a great mobile app that lets you pay someone you for a chore or as a gift. However, beware of the scam taking advantage of a loop in the Venmo system. See how it works here. read more

Your Computer Has Been Locked scam hits again. Beware of this ransomware scare aka the Locked out of Computer trick. Here is how it works, exposed with a video: read more

Do you buy stuff on Amazon? You check out the reviews first, right? You purchase according to them, yes? Well, what if we tell you that for some products tons of reviews you trust are absolute crap? Watch the video in this article. read more

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(with video below) Do you remember the last time you wanted to go to a concert, game, or event that was sold out? How about one t read more

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