As the day of the release of Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus draws near, scammers have expectedly begun using the new devices as a lure in Facebook scams.
Even if you never had to deal personally with "Windows support" scammers, chances are someone you know did or you have heard about these type of scams.
Phishers have started employing AES encryption to disguise the real nature of phishing sites from automatic phishing detection tools.
California-based domain registrar and web hosting firm Namecheap has been targeted by hackers, the company's VP of hosting Matt Russell warned on Monday, and said that the attackers are using username and password data gathered from third party sites to brute-force their way into their customers' accounts.
Malware is still being created at the record levels reached in the previous quarter: 15 million new samples were generated, at an average rate of 160,000 every day, according to Panda Security.
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