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Scams originating on LinkedIn are getting more dangerous, and also more common, meaning businesses need to ensure they are staying protected online, a new report has claimed. Research by NordLayer found more than half of US-based businesses (52%) has aleady experienced at least one scam on LinkedIn in 2023. Most of the time, the threat […]

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Over the last few days, scammers have been sending out phishing mails that disguise bogus URLs with something called Slinks—shortened Linkedin URLs. The shortened URLs redirect users to a different URL when they are clicked. If you’ve ever seen a Tiny URL, or a Bit.ly link, you’ll already be familiar with how these work. Shortened […]

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Responding to a recent surge in AI-generated bot accounts, LinkedIn is rolling out new features that it hopes will help users make more informed decisions about with whom they choose to connect. Many LinkedIn profiles now display a creation date, and the company is expanding its domain validation offering, which allows users to publicly confirm […]

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