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We have often said that personal data is candy on a stick to fraudsters and must be kept safe (that is, not given out on dubious websites). It can be used to gain access to accounts and in targeted attacks and ransomware campaigns. In Q3, we registered a surge of fraudulent emails in spam traffic. […]

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Google has announced a number of security changes in the Chrome extensions system: a more thorough extensions review process, better user controls, and a new manifest that should provide stronger security, privacy, and performance guarantees. The Chrome Web Store will also no longer allow extensions with obfuscated code and, starting next year, Google will require […]

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Android password managers can be tricked into entering valid login credentials into phishing apps, a group of researchers has discovered. They have also found that Instant Apps, a Google technology that allows users to “try” Android apps without the need to fully install them, can make phishing attacks more practical. The research Simone Aonzo, Alessio […]

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