We look at a set of Coronavirus Bitcoin scam emails promising vast sums of cryptocash that can be made working from home—but drains users accounts instead.
We look at all the interesting security news from last week’s RSA Conference and beyond, plus present the first episode of our brand-new podcast: Lock and Code.
Rudy Giuliani’s Twitter account contains many typos that lead to the wrong website—and scammers and typosquatters are taking advantage.
We give advice on safe online dating, including steering clear of scams, buttoning up on privacy, and avoiding vulnerable apps.
We reveal the inner workings of WOOF locker, the most sophisticated browser locker campaign we’ve seen to date. Learn how this tech support scam evades researchers and ensnares users by hiding in plain sight.
Scammers will stop at nothing—not even a tragic natural disaster—for a chance to cash in. We offer some helpful tips to avoid disaster donation scams.
We take a look at a new anti-phishing feature Instagram hopes will cut down on imitation messages and other social engineering attempts.
The Nextdoor neighborhood app sends out snail mail letters to neighbors on behalf of its users. Is this a scam—or an ill-conceived marketing plan?
Sextortion scams are back on the radar, and many say they’re on the uptick. We investigate an email campaign to see how lucrative the business of sextortion can be.