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When sending phishing e-mails or malicious attachments, scammers deploy a host of tricks to persuade you to click a link or open a file. One such trick is to add all sorts of stamps indicating that the link or attached file is trustworthy. As silly as it may sound, this approach does work. Someone well-versed […]

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Most online services have a built-in security system that alerts you when it detects “unusual” activity on your account. For example, services send notifications about attempts to reset the phone number and e-mail address linked to the account, or the password. Of course, as soon as such messages became commonplace, enterprising cybercriminals tried to imitate […]

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No one — gamer, cryptocurrency investor, or online shopper — is safe from scammers. But no matter who the victim is or how sophisticated the scheme may be, there is always a way to sniff out fraud before it’s too late. Today we’re looking at five common signs of online scams to help you avoid […]

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