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Facebook scam with aggressive spreading mechanism

In a new Facebook scam with an aggressive spreading mechanism, users are informed through the platform’s own notification system and by email that they have been made …

Sony breach due to outdated, unpatched servers?

The congressional testimony before the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade held yesterday morning has revealed many things that shed a totally different …

Cybercriminals expand repertoire of tricks to avoid detection

March was testament to the fact that cybercriminals are not averse to exploiting tragedies in order to spread malware, according to Kaspersky Lab. Scammers and malware writers …

Malware campaign impersonates FBI

A new email malware campaign claims to come from the FBI and deliver a warning that they have been monitoring your Internet activities. Apparently they have logged your IP …

Malware instead of gifts for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day has always been celebrated with gifts for moms worldwide. However, BitDefender is warning consumers that cyber crooks are taking advantage of this special …

24.6 million Sony Online Entertainment accounts stolen

Sony’s ongoing investigation of illegal intrusions into Sony Online Entertainment systems revealed that attackers may have stolen personal information from approximately …

Osama bin Laden spam invades Facebook

I guess the news about the death of Osama bin Laden is starting to reach everyone around the world. Every time something big as this happens, people get curious and start …

Total cost of Epsilon breach could reach $4 billion

E-mail services firm Epsilon will face years of repercussions and up to $225 million in total costs as a result of its recent data breach, a massive event that indicates the …

PSN hackers claim to have 2+ million credit card numbers

The PlayStation Network hack is now considered to be one among the biggest data thefts of all time, and according to the claims made by the alleged hackers on underground …

DSL Reports intrusion compromises over 9000 accounts

DSL Reports – the information and review site on high speed Internet services which operates over 200 forums – has been hit with a blind SQL injection attack, …

Millions stolen from U.S. businesses wired to Chinese companies

Small-to-medium sized businesses and public institutions are being targeted by fraudsters that compromise corporate banking credentials and transfer corporate funds to Chinese …

Malicious use of subdomain services surges

The malicious use of subdomain services by phishers nearly doubled in the second half of 2010, with phishing gangs using these services about as often as they register domain …

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