Phishing

Do You Know How to Recognize Phishing, Quickly?

Phishing is one of the most common cybersecurity threats today. Cybercriminals use emails or text messages to send links and attachments designed to steal your personal information. These often look like they came from an authentic website or a...

Cybercriminals Now Shifting Focus To Disrupt COVID-19 Vaccines: A More Serious Crime Than Hacking?

The fight against the global COVID-19 pandemic has seen a lot of progress in recent months as working vaccines have now begun to be produced. But, with this development, cyberattacks have made a significant advancement too. A clear change in...

Beware: Amazon, Flipkart And Hackers Are Set To Lure You With ‘Never Before’ Offers

Amazon, the global retail-giant which has managed to keep growing in the middle of a pandemic, was forced to delay its much-awaited "Prime Day" event this year, in light of COVID-19. The event, where customers get to purchase products with...

New Coronavirus-Themed Phishing Attacks Are Surfacing Online: Beware!

The sudden outbreak of the coronavirus has led to the creation of mass hysteria among people worldwide, a situation which greatly benefits all kinds of cybercriminals and scammers. Now, while the outbreak is still very much active, a new...

Hackers Now Using Google Translate To Trick Internet Users

Cybercriminals are getting smarter with every passing day. This time, hackers are trying to lead internet users to phishing websites through Google Translate. Hackers and cybercriminals keep upping their game and coming up with newer, ingenious methods every now and then...

Google Finds Out 9,500 New Malicious Websites Every day, Over 12 Million Google Search Queries Get Warning Per Day

Increasing number of malicious websites and malware have made vulnerable to internet access. Yesterday, Google reportedly stated that it finds out about 9,500 new malicious websites everyday. The search engine giant has also explained, everyday it warns approximately 12-14...

GoodBye SPAM Mails: DMARC To Prevent You From Scam And Phishing Mails

In last few years spam, phishing mails and cyber attack have increased drastically. Taking the view of rise in attack, 15 companies are planning to announce DMARC.org on Monday. DMARC.org stands for "Domain Based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance"....

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