Should you worry about domain name abuse? For the most part it depends on what kind of company you are and what you expect to encounter.
Rudy Giuliani’s Twitter account contains many typos that lead to the wrong website—and scammers and typosquatters are taking advantage.
It’s dubbed the ‘Three Questions Quiz’ scam, and not only are people letting their guard down, but they’re also freely sharing it on social media, too. Do you think you have been duped by this before? Read on.
Online and on traditional media, we hear and read about different kinds of cybersecurity attacks that sometimes we get overwhelmed with the terminologies. Most of us grasp what phishing attacks and denial of service (DoS) attacks are, but how familiar are we with homograph attacks?
A hostname formerly belonging to CNET may be the new playground of online criminals. We’ve looked into one particular site and found scammy content. Others claim they found worse.
We’ve put together a compilation of threats (to-date) on Steam and steps on how one can keep their accounts secure, inventory intact, and sanity in check.