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Scammers Abuse Google Drive to Send Malicious Links

Cybercriminals are sending malicious links to hundreds of thousands of users via Google Drive notifications. Because they are sent via Google Drive, the notifications come from Google’s no-reply email address, making them appear more legitimate.

FIFA 21 Blockbuster Release Gives Fraudsters an Open Field for Theft

The hotly anticipated release of blockbuster video game FIFA 21 on Oct. 6, along with the return of professional play, are giving soccer fans reason to celebrate. And, unsurprisingly, cybercriminals are already figuring out how to capitalize.

The most common malicious email attachments infecting Windows

To stay safe online, everyone needs to recognize malicious attachments that are commonly used in phishing emails to distribute malware.

Phishing attacks are targeting your social network accounts

Scammers are targeting your social network accounts with phishing emails that pretend to be copyright violations or promises of a shiny 'blue checkmark' next to your name.

Razer Gaming Fans Caught Up in Data Leak

An estimated 100,000 customers of Razer, a purveyor of high-end gaming gear ranging from laptops to apparel, have had their private info exposed, according to a researcher.

Microsoft Warns of Cyberattacks on Trump, Biden Election Campaigns

Just months before the U.S. presidential election, hackers from Russia, China and Iran are ramping up phishing and malware attacks against campaign staffers.

Spyware Labeled 'TikTok Pro' Exploits Fears of US Ban

Researchers have discovered a new Android spyware campaign pushing a “Pro” version of the TikTok app that is exploiting fears among its young and gullible users that the popular social media app is on the cusp of being banned in the United States. The malware can take over basic device functions—such as capturing photos, reading and sending SMS messages, making calls and launching apps—as well as uses a phishing tactic to steal victims’ Facebook credentials.

Instagram 'Help Center' Phishing Scam Pilfers Credentials

Researchers warn that a phishing scam is targeting Instagram users via direct messages on the app.

Chrome 86 experiment hides part of the URL to stop phishing

In its war on the URL bar, Google has announced that in Chrome 86 it will be running an experiment that hides part of the URL path to help users figure out which website they’re on. The firm says that this helps users identify potentially malicious websites.

Netflix Phishing Attack Steals Passwords and Credit Card Details

Recently, there has been a phishing attack that is targeting to steal Login credentials, billing information, and credit card details of Netflix users.  In this event, the threat actors were trying to steal the credentials from Netflix, as it starts with redirecting to a functioning CAPTCHA page to avoid email security controls.  The threat actors …

Office 365 adds new features to help identify malicious spam

Microsoft is planning to provide more info on spam emails detected as malicious by the Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) filtering stack and allow organizations to export their list of the top targeted users by phishing attacks.

How secure is your web browser?

NSS Labs released the results of its web browser security test after testing Chrome, Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera, for phishing and malware protection.

Apple, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and other prominent Twitter accounts hacked for Bitcoin scam

Twitter accounts of prominent personalities including Apple, Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Bitcoin exchange companies were compromised earlier today. The hackers linked to a phishing website that siphoned off close to $25,000 already.

Don't Open That 'Winky Face' Email

A highly successful email spam campaign is infecting computers with ransomware and other malware like cryptocurrency miners and botnet software that can send spam messages from your accounts without you noticing.

Microsoft warns of Office 365 phishing via malicious OAuth apps

Microsoft warns that with the shift to remote working, customers are exposed to additional security threats such as consent phishing, besides conventional credential theft and email phishing attacks.

FakeSpy Android Malware Spread Via ‘Postal-Service’ Apps

Android mobile device users are being targeted in a new SMS phishing campaign that’s spreading the FakeSpy infostealer. The malware, which is disguised as legitimate global postal-service apps, steals SMS messages, financial data and more from the victims’ devices.

Remote employees encounter 59 risky URLs per week

Remote employees encounter 59 risky URLs per week. Working remotely from home has become a reality for millions of people around the world, putting pressure on IT and security teams to ensure that remote employees not only remain as productive as possible, but also that they keep themselves and corporate data as secure as possible.

Phishing Attack Hits German Coronavirus Task Force

More than 100 executives at a multinational company that's part of a German task force for creating PPE, were targeted in an ongoing phishing attack.

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