Don't let a job opening scam trick you! Cybercriminals are sending people fake LinkedIn job openings at cryptocurrency organizations.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of Google Docs' comment feature to con unsuspecting victims. Stay safe!
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.