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As the coronavirus crisis continues to capture everyone’s attention, cybercriminals stay busy running scams and delivering malware using the attention-getting virus as a lure. The threats from the scammers and crooks, which began as early as January and continue unabated, range from tricking people out of their financial data to delivering pernicious malware. Although some […]

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Recently discovered spear-phishing emails are using a unique “scare-factor” lure to convince victims to open attached malicious Microsoft Excel documents: Their HIV test results. Researchers are warning of a recent campaign involving emails claiming to come from Vanderbilt University Medical Center, a legitimate medical complex in Nashville, Tenn. The emails were sent to a slew […]

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Cyberthieves today know that it’s better to be sneaky and crafty than forceful. To be even more blunt, they know that it’s better to trick you into doing their work than to break in and do it themselves. That trickery starts with ever-more-subtle ways to get you to click on an email attachment. A recent […]

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