America’s most common scams and digital threats: what to watch for in 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has given scammers even more opportunities to cheat consumers.
By Brandon Jones, on May 11, 2021
With so many shoppers planning to stay at home this year, Black Friday promises to be much more of an online event than ever before. Shoppers who have […]
You read about them in the news, or — you receive notices about them in the mail or on your everyday social feed.
During the past few months, Joker has become one of the most active Android malware infections.
The continued fallout from coronavirus in online environments has begun to trend upward in an environment that poses serious risks to both hosts and users: online schooling.
Research by dfndr lab shows that 33% of respondents say they “don’t use any method of protecting their Wi-Fi connection
dfndr lab has noticed that another disturbing trend continues to grow: scams that ask for ransoms from users.
Fake e-mail message has been sent to victims in multiple countries
It has one small side-benefit: it may enhance your vocabulary of new types of hacks and malware. Other than that, it fully earns the name “malware.”
As crafty and sophisticated as hackers’ use of technology has become, and as common as major breaches seem to be, the good news about credential stuffing is that we have the solution.
Fortunately, today, technology has advanced enough that defensive features can help guarantee the recovery of your device and files, and protect your information.