There’s a new phishing scam circulating on Twitter and judging by the amount of phishy DMs we’re receiving, a lot of folks are falling for it.
An unknown number of Yahoo Mail users found their accounts compromised yesterday, thanks to a DOM-based XSS vulnerability .
Cybercriminals are doing all they can to take advantage of Facebook users that [for whatever reason] want to change the site’s theme color.
If you thought there was something phishy about that unsolicited text message claiming that you won a $100 Starbucks gift card, give yourself a pat on the back for being right.
Facebook users should watch out for phishing pages offering fake security apps promising to protect your Facebook account from hackers.
There’s a fresh batch of FedEx spam going out, loaded with a malicious link that will attempt to drop malware posing as a postal receipt onto your computer.
Not all add-ons are built with good intentions, so users should exercise caution when installing add-ons in their web browser.
Do you know how to update your web browser? Cybercrooks are hoping you’ll fall for their fake web browser update pages and download malware posing as browser updates.
Cybercriminals are using Google Docs as a proxy server to pass information between a backdoor Trojan and its C&C server.
Cybercriminals are doing their best to get you one way or another if you click on the link attached to DMs asking if you noticed you were being videotaped.