Senior Research Analyst Jeremy Scott received a phone call from “the service center for the Windows operating system computers” and they told him that he had something much worse than viruses," he had "malwares and spywares” and that they wanted to help remove it.
An unimaginative but likely relatively successful phishing campaign is targeting Apple users once again, trying to get them to share their login and financial information.
When it comes to Twitter, people still have a large appetite for having a large number of fake followers in order to seem more popular.
On Thursday, Google's Safe Browsing service began warning visitors to php.net that the website was discovered serving malware.
A pretty convincing email phishing campaign is targeting one of the largest user bases out there - those who use Microsoft's Windows OS - by taking advantage of the recent problems that the company has been having with updates.
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