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Several COVID-19-related scams continue to tease internet users into believing they are about to receive a large sum on behalf of non-existent United Nations programs, Bitdefender Antispam Lab has learned. In all versions of the scam, recipients are told they will get the funds after the necessary arrangements are made with the beneficiary that, of […]

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Everyone with half a mind for security will tell you not to click on links in emails, but few people can explain exactly why you shouldn’t do that (they will usually offer a canned ‘hackers can steal your credentials if you do’ explanation) Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is that reason. Clicking on that link means […]

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The risk of being targeted with email-based phishing and malware attacks is not evenly spread across geographic and demographic boundaries, Google and Stanford University researchers have discovered. Australian users are, for example, at a higher risk of being targeted that U.S.-based users, and older people are more likely to be targeted than youngsters. Findings tied […]

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