Microsoft Has Taken Up the Mantle Against Revenge Porn

“Microsoft will remove links to photos and videos from search results in Bing”, says Chief Online Safety Officer.

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Facebook Marketing, A New Method for Scammers?

It appears those who have been (and still are) involved in technical support scams are taking on a new role to play: Facebook Marketers.

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Microsoft’s Pledge to Remain Simple, Transparent, and Protective

Microsoft has started sending out notification emails regarding their updated Services Agreement and Privacy Statement, which will take effect on August 1.

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Tech Support Scammers Go For Pornographic Shocker

Instead of the typical fake Windows firewall or virus warning, tech support scammers now lock your browser with a set of hardcore pornographic pictures.

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Insert Product Key: Y / N?

You probably shouldn’t send your product keys to websites or people. There are easier ways to check validity of licences you’ve purchased, and potentially revealing them to strangers isn’t the way to go.

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