Archive for October, 2021

SCAM OF THE WEEK: Advanced Attacks from APT35

A cybercriminal group known as APT35 has been targeting high-profile organizations in government, journalism, higher education, and more. For a more convincing attack, APT35 compromises legitimate websites that work with these high-profile organizations.Once they've compromised a website, APT35 uses the ...

Wi-Fi Safety Tips, Tricks, and Hints

As of January 2021, Statista reports that there were 4.66 billion active internet users worldwide. That equates to 59.5 percent of the global population being active online. Of those using the internet, a whopping 92.6 percent, or 4.32 billion people, ...

SCAM OF THE WEEK: Find the Square Root of Verizon

In a recent scam, cybercriminals impersonated the telecommunications provider, Verizon. The logo for Verizon is the company name, followed by a red asymmetrical “V” that resembles a check mark. Cybercriminals imitated this logo by using mathematical symbols, such as the ...

Five Tips for Protecting Yourself When Giving This Giving Season

As we move through October, we are getting closer to the season of giving when many of us look to give back after a year of success. While there are endless charities individuals and businesses can give to, each of ...

SCAM OF THE WEEK: The Ultimate Data Breach Database

With a year full of high-profile data breaches, one cybercriminal has created the ultimate database. The cybercriminal claims that the database contains over 3.8 billion records and is attempting to sell the information on the dark web. Allegedly, the database ...

SCAM OF THE WEEK: No Time to Phish

James Bond is one of the longest-running film series in history. Since fans have been waiting since 2015 for another installment, the new film, No Time to Die, is making headlines. Cybercriminals have wasted no time and are using the film’s ...

SCAM OF THE WEEK: Shortened URLs Are a Sneaky Shortcut

Most email clients have filters in place to flag suspicious-looking emails. Unfortunately, cybercriminals always find new ways to bypass these filters. In a new scam, cybercriminals use shortened LinkedIn URLs to sneak into your inbox. When someone makes a LinkedIn ...



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