Users who are in the market for tools that are supposedly able to hack someone's Facebook account should be extremely careful when being faced with such an offer.
In the last year, ransomware infections have taken over from scareware as the cybercriminals' favorite mode of squeezing money out of their victims, but that doesn't mean that scareware has disappeared altogether.
Downloading apps from Google Play, the official online Android app market, is not without its dangers.
A year or two ago, fake antivirus solutions were pushed almost daily onto users, but as time went by, they became wiser and more able to recognize them.
Two distinct malicious spam campaigns are currently targeting Twitter users and taking them to compromised sites serving rogue AV and scareware software, warns GFI.
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