19,000 malicious emails have been sent in three days from spam servers worldwide, inviting users to download an archive containing a malicious .exe file.
Someone is cloning .onion sites, and using the clones to intercept user traffic and offer modified content.
A little over 18,000 Twitter users looking for a way to get their accounts verified have been duped by a single fake account promising to provide the service into visiting a phishing page.
When someone mentions advanced fee or romance scams most people immediately associate them with Nigerian scammers.
A simple yet ingenious scam is being used by scammers to compromise accounts of Gmail, Outlook and Yahoo Mail users, Symantec researcher Slawomir Grzonkowski warns.
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