In a recent scam, cybercriminals are taking advantage of homoglyphs and Unicodes in phishing emails to imitate legitimate organizations.
Cybercriminals are hijacking email accounts from legitimate organizations to clone and send fake follow-up emails with malicious attachments.
In this scam, cybercriminals use social engineering to try to bypass authentication methods that are designed to protect your cryptocurrency.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of Twitter Blue subscriptions to make fake accounts appear more legitimate.
Cybercriminals are using fraudulent student loan relief applications to steal sensitive information. Stay safe from this scam!
In recent attacks, cybercriminals gain access to university students' email accounts so they can use them for their own malicious purposes.
Cybercriminals are spoofing Google Translate pages to make their phishing attempts seem legitimate. Don't fall for this scam!
Cybercriminals are imitating banks in their phishing emails to try to steal your sensitive information. Don't fall for this scam!
Cybercriminals are using natural disasters to trick potential victims into giving them their insurance information. Don't fall for this scam!
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. What better way to raise awareness than to share my own close call with a cyberattack...