Author: mrtrout - Replies: 0 - Views: 1386
Technical Support Scams On The Rise (Britec09 )
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Technical Support Scams On The Rise: 
Published on Nov 26, 2016
Technical Support Scams On The Rise

It seems we are plagued by the tech support scammer and ISP scam. Nothing seems to stop these internet criminals, there tactic's are getting even more conniving to the beginner computer user. Many of these people a falling fail to pop ups in the browser and cold calling.

These scams say Microsoft has detect
Author: mrtrout - Replies: 0 - Views: 1707
December 2016 Scams to avoid for malware and losing money
December 2016 Scams to avoid for malware and losing money
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Published on Nov 30, 2016

Some of the most common scams for December 2016

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Author: Jeanjean - Replies: 0 - Views: 1487
The Twelve Scams of Christmas
"Cyber criminals are always looking for new ways to scam or infect new users. When most of us are busy finishing off our last minute Christmas shopping and planning how to get from one dinner to the next, malware developers and scammers are taking advantage of our distracted minds. The holiday season offers many ways to package classic scam techniques with pretty bows so appealing that we can’t help but open that email, click that deal or purchase discounted vouchers for the relatives who seem t
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 1133
The Most Common Internet Scams! Watch Out!
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Published on May 18, 2017
Don't fall for these scams!
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Here are some of the most common scams you may come across on the internet. These inc
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 2140
Visa Card Scammer Exposed | Don't fall for Email Scams
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Published on Jun 6, 2017
In this video I show you an example of an Email Scammer that claimed there was a visa card that belongs to me and that I would receive a bunch of money. This is fake of course.

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Author: mrtrout - Replies: 0 - Views: 1404
Cryptocurrency scams soar to $1.7M
https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/cr...smsnnews11 Cryptocurrency scams soar to $1.7M
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TORONTO - Canadians have been swindled out of than $1.7 million via scams involving cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin so far this year — more than double the amount during all of 2016.

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre says that's more than five times the amount peopl
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Those annoying sextortion scams are redirecting users to ransomware now
[quote] Sextortion emails take a dark turn and are now trying to infect users with the GandCrab ransomware.
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But this week, sextortion scams took another very dangerous turn. Security researchers at Proofpoint have told ZDNet that they've seen a variation of a sextortion scam campaign that included a link at the bottom of the blackmail message [in full here].

The scammers claimed to have a video of the user ple
Author: tarekma7 - Replies: 0 - Views: 1303
CIA Porn Extortion Scams Now Use Password Protected PDFs
[quote]A new variant of the CIA porn investigation emails are now putting the extortion payment instructions in password protected PDF attachments.

Last month we covered how the CIA exortion scam variant had started to become widely distributed.  These scam emails pretend to be from a CIA technical collection offer who states that your name is part of an investigation into underage pornography. For a fee, though, they would be willing to wipe your information from the case files.

This late
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Skimming Scams and Redirection Schemes Phish Consumers Data Before Black Friday
Amid the excitement for Black Friday, cybercriminals are rolling out schemes to trick consumers into sharing their card credentials and profiting from the shopping season. 

[color=#4a4a4a][size=large]In one skimming operation that was seen, threat actors faked a retailer’s third-party payment service platform (PSP), resulting in a hybrid skimmer-phishing page. Another campaign used redirection malware on WordPress websites so that users would land o