Spear phishing is a phishing attack that targets a specific person and appears to come from a trusted source.
Job postings on LinkedIn aren’t as secure against cybercriminals as you might think.
Cybercriminals have used COVID-19 as phish bait since the start of the pandemic, and they’re not stopping any time soon.
In a recent phishing scam, users are told that they have violated copyright laws and must take immediate action to protect their accounts.
Scammers recently used their own third-party Android apps to hijack over 10,000 Facebook accounts using the "Continue with Facebook" button.
In a recent phishing scam, bad guys combined some of their favorite tricks to create an extra special phishing email.
In a recent cybersecurity attack, scammers sent over 400,000 phony blackmail attempts, claiming to have installed malware onto your device.
Cybercriminals use homoglyphs to trick you into thinking a domain belongs to a trusted company.
Cybercriminals are using innocent-looking Microsoft Word documents which include a less innocent pop-up that asks you to enable macros.
Cybercriminals are now using the Kaseya incident as bait to catch your attention and manipulate your emotions.