In a new smishing attack, cybercriminals send messages that can use your number to send smishing texts to random, unsuspecting victims.
Cybercriminals can bypass your email filter and get their phishing email into your inbox using one simple tool: synonyms.
Cybercriminals get your attention by claiming that you owe a large amount of money. Pair this claim with a QuickBooks-themed phishing email and malicious malware, and you get a dangerous cybersecurity threat.
Cybercriminals have a clever new scam that takes advantage of a user’s typical behavior when he or she receives a “wrong password” error.
Smishing attacks can be difficult to catch, especially because both legitimate and phishy text messages tend to use shortened URLs.
In a recent phishing attack that targets single men, cybercriminals show us how they use modern technology to trick their victims.
Cybercriminals have a new favorite phishing lure: PDF files. They can use these files to trick victims into clicking on malicious links.
Cybercriminals are using advanced tactics to disguise dangerous malware as harmless text files by reversing part of the file name.
Classic phishing methods are still a favorite for bad guys. Let’s look at a recent phishing attack to see if you can spot the red flags...
While influencers usually attract sponsorships from legitimate brands, these accounts can also be used as a tool for cybercriminals.