Busted! Fraud-as-a-Service gang that sold 2FA-proof phishing arrested

Dutch police arrested members of a group calling themselves the Fraud Family for developing and selling phishing panels.

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The life and death of the ZeuS Trojan

ZeuS is an infamous banking Trojan that infected millions of systems, and stole billions of dollars.

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“Have I been pwnd?”– What is it and what to do when you *are* pwned

You use Have I Been Pwned (HIBP) to check if your data has been compromised. What you do next when pwned takes a couple of steps.

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How to enable Facebook’s hardware key authentication for iOS and Android

Facebook is expanding its support for hardware security keys to Android and iOS users. This is how you active it.

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Gang arrested for SIM-swapping celebrities, stealing $100 million

The attacks targeted thousands of people and netted some high-profile victims, such as online influencers, sports stars, and musicians.

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Ubiquiti breach, and other IoT security problems

Ubiquiti informed its customers about unauthorized access to its online customer portal. Here’s what you need to know.

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Get a head start on defending against tax scams

We look at a major tax scam bust in the US, and think about ways to keep tax details safe for the next tax season.

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Spotify resets some user logins after hacker database found floating online

The 380 million record database. didn’t belong to Spotify itself, but instead to fraudsters who’d uploaded it.

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Scammers are spoofing bank phone numbers to rob victims

Phone scammers are using spoofed caller ID numbers to convince their victims they are employees of your bank. Don’t fall for their tricks.

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Brute force attacks increase due to more open RDP ports

More open ports are inviting attackers to try and gain entry by using brute force attacks. Why is this happening and what can we do?

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