Users often search the web for downloads when companies no longer support software, and what they find is dubious. How can they tell if the files are safe? We tell how to spot the difference.
It seems opportunists are jumping on popular video game Far Cry 5’s bandwagon, with a flood of promises for free game downloads. We take a look at a return to form for survey scams, and the odd download site while we’re at it.
We explain why you shouldn’t bother with sites which claim to let you hack social media accounts…
Steer clear of these fake Quickbooks themed emails which claim you need to update your browser as part of an “Intuit Security Warning”.
You can add video game tournaments to the list containing VoIP services, hardware makers and peripheral creators used as lures to draw in potential victims of dubious downloads.
A furtive spambot and a two hit combo of Twitter apps and downloadable files. How long will the spambot evade the ban hammer?