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EMV technology encrypts the information stored on a card and uses a unique encryption key that is generated for each card-present transaction to prevent malicious actors from conducting other transactions even if the information stored on the chip is compromised. This has made it impossible for fraudsters to create clones of EMV cards, as they […]

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The attack was identified on Wednesday, July 15, when Twitter discovered that the hackers managed to access some of its internal systems and tools and abused those to take control of several high-profile accounts. Immediately, the company suspended the accounts it believed to be compromised and launched an investigation into the incident, which revealed that […]

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An insurance company recently reported a successful scam against one of its clients that was a new and improved version of CEO fraud. A British CEO was tricked into transferring $240,000 to a fraudster. The trick used the technique known as a deepfake to make the CEO believe he was dealing with a legitimate person. […]

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