July 16, 2020

Domain Typosquatting, Hackers Taking Advantage of Our Bad Spelling

We’ve all done it. Looked at a word and only assumed it’s that word because the letters are the same only misplaced… or it’s SO close, […]
July 13, 2020

Scheming Covid Relief Scam Preying on Those in Need

Scammers never stop scamming. And this new one is extremely appealing because we all want another government relief check and forget in our haste to beware […]
July 10, 2020
Indoor Security Cameras

Thieves Are Using Indoor Security Cameras to Their Advantage

The irony is all too apparent on this one. Security cameras we set up in our homes to keep us safe, can technically be used for […]
July 8, 2020

Microsoft Fights Back on Phishing Scam

If you get an email offering a “COVID-19 bonus” beware! Microsoft is warning it’s users that a pair of hackers has been deceiving business employees into […]
July 1, 2020

Hackers Infect UCSF Medical Research and School Pays $1.4 Million to Recover it

Ransomware can be annoying, expensive, destructive, and so many more negative adjectives and emotions, but if caught between a rock and a hard place (your research […]
June 23, 2020

“Transparency Collective” Group Leaks Sensitive Police Data Online

Last Friday, 296 GB of stolen police data was published by an activist group called DDoSecrets (Distributed Denial of Secrets). The information was taken from US […]
June 22, 2020

SpaceX YouTube Scam

The length that scammers will go to dupe people is far and wide. This week’s new scam? Hackers hijacked three YouTube channels and leveraged them to […]
June 17, 2020

Hacker-For-Hire? It Exists and Its Ring Has Been Identified

Looking to buy, sell, hire, advertise or criminalize (and so much more)? The deep web is vastly larger than the internet we browse on a day […]
June 15, 2020
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Hackers Targeting Grocery Store Delivery Emails

I’m pretty sure one of my neighbors hasn’t left the house since the start of the pandemic. They quarantine hard! But those delivery trucks show up […]