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Valentine’s Day is a time when not only do many often feel particularly vulnerable, but others feel generous and giving. It is the perfect time for cybercriminals and fraudsters to operate. The Cyber Helpline, a U.K. charity led by volunteers and staff from the cybersecurity industry, has expanded to the USA to support those experiencing […]

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Phishing has long been a popular vector for cybercriminals in order to coax valuable information out of victims – and 2023 was no different. A new report from email security firm Codefense has delved into the most common themes in email phishing attacks last year. The themes it assigned were based on the contents, such […]

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South Africa’s railway agency lost some 30.6 million rand (US$1.6 million) after the transport network fell victim to a phishing scam. In its annual report, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) said that it had recovered just over half of a the total money stolen by the criminals behind the attack. The theft […]

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