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Saw this tweet yesterday on Twitter: The account is a parody… but the “tel:*2767*3855%23” is quite serious. It’s a reference to a “vulnerability” which exists on some versions of Samsung Android phones, those running Samsung’s TouchWiz UI. (So, not Nexus.) And by vulnerability, we mean that some “genius” developed a feature to factory hard reset […]

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The latest piece of Tumblr spam seen bouncing around in the last couple of hours isn’t going down too well with users: Hear that, spam? AIN’T. NOBODY. The above reaction is amazing enough, but then you look at the spam itself and spend about half an hour trying to decide if someone at the spam […]

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Cybercriminals quickly took advantage of news surrounding Amy Winehouse’s death by staging online attacks. Amy Winehouse is a multi-awarded English singer and songwriter who passed away over the weekend. This is actually standard behaviour of cybercriminals. One attack we’ve seen on Facebook is the usual Facebook survey scam that involves an age verification page and […]

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