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When a conversation touches on credential theft, e-mail messages with phishing links tend to come up first. However, those messages represent just one means of obtaining user names and passwords for various online services. Scammers still mail links to spyware regularly, too. One trick they use to disguise those links is including an image that […]

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More online services than ever now offer two-step authentication — requiring customers to complete a login using their phone or another mobile device after supplying a username and password. But with so many services relying on your mobile for that second factor, there has never been more riding on the security of your mobile account. […]

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The web server of Crystal Finance Millennium, a Ukraine-based accounting software firm, has been compromised and made to host different types of malware. The discovery of the compromise was accompanied by the fear that there could be a repeat of the destructive NotPetya attack, which was traced back to hacked servers of Ukrainian software maker […]

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