Cybercriminals impersonate customer complaints as a way to grab your attention and trick you into opening malware.
In a recent cybersecurity attack, scammers sent over 400,000 phony blackmail attempts, claiming to have installed malware onto your device.
Cybercriminals are using innocent-looking Microsoft Word documents which include a less innocent pop-up that asks you to enable macros.
In a new smishing attack, cybercriminals send messages that can use your number to send smishing texts to random, unsuspecting victims.
Pair a claim that you owe money with a QuickBooks-themed phishing email and malicious malware, and you get a dangerous cybersecurity threat.
Scammers have come up with yet another Coronavirus-themed attack. This time, they are taking advantage of the race to develop a vaccine.