Cybercriminals are now using obfuscated links to steal information by hiding IP addresses instead of URLs, making it difficult for users to verify the legitimacy of links sent in urgent emails.
Cybercriminals disguised a screen recording app as legitimate on the Google Play Store, tricking users into granting permissions to steal personal information such as location and text messages.
In a recent scam, cybercriminals are sending you a phishing email saying that one of your PayPal payments didn't process and you need to act fast.
In a recent smishing attack, cybercriminals are sending SMS messages pretending to be a bank in order to steal credit card information.
We expect to see an influx of cybercriminals taking advantage of FedNow’s popularity in their phishing scams. Stay safe from this scam!
With King Charles III's upcoming coronation, keep an eye out for phishing attacks and social media disinformation from cybercriminals.
Cybercriminals are using Linktree to host malicious links to try and steal your personal information. Stay safe from this scam with these tips.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of AI's increasing popularity to steal your information. Don't fall for this scam!
In a new scam, cybercriminals are impersonating media outlets and luring you in with a fake interview. Don't fall for it!
Cybercriminals are using Silicon Valley Bank's (SVB) recent shutdown to catch your attention to try and make you their next victim.