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Yesterday as I was testing Facebook’s Graph Search, which is in Beta, I searched for the following: women who live in Helsinki, Finland and who like sushi. (I wanted something that would get lots of results. It did.)At the end of the day, I cleared my search history.Then today, a sponsored story for a Helsinki-based […]

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As reported earlier by Rik Ferguson, users are facing more waves of Skype spammed messages. These attacks are being used to distribute various threats, including ransomware and infostealers.These attacks, which arrive as Skype messages, ask if the user has a new profile picture:The link (which includes the username of the recipient) goes to a file […]

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In days of old, a man without a signature would just mark an ‘X’, but today it seems like there is another, more common, signature. I was doing some work the other day and came across a Word document that had an attachment. It turned out to be a phishing scam but part of the […]

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