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Compromised Facebook accounts are being used to send out scam posts promising free Apple Macbooks.  The scam does not make reference to the death of Steve Jobs as others have.  The link leads to marketing affiliate sites that ask for a user’s mobile phone number – users are then signed up for premium mobile content […]

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It seems scammers need to play a little catch up, or at least read the odd news site occasionally. Here’s an email going around trying out the well worn theme of “Google Anniversary” 419 scam mails: Click to Enlarge “We are pleased to inform you that your email address has won you an Award in […]

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By my count this is unlucky hack number 13 for Sony. A Lebanese hacker known as Idahc dumped another user database at Sony Europe containing approximately 120 usernames, passwords (plain text), mobile phone numbers, work emails and website addresses. The attacker claims that he used standard SQL injection techniques to acquire the database. I think […]

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