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Recently I received this SMS on my mobile phone. Basically, it tells me I have to call back 018377xxxx to collect a parcel. As this phone number is not premium and I was indeed waiting for a parcel, I nearly fell in for the trick. Figure 1. SMS scam received on the phone. It says: […]

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Does this internet browser window look familiar to you?If so, you may be the victim of unwanted multiple browser toolbars. These browser add-ons have become a real problem in the last couple of years. Unfortunately, much free software nowadays comes with some unwanted add-ons; in most cases a so-called browser toolbar is installed. Many toolbars […]

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I seem to gotten myself pigeonholed this year as the "search engine poisoning guy", since I get asked about SEP attacks on a consistent basis. Especially now, as America is in the middle of its Thanksgiving-Christmas holiday season — I was asked about "Black Friday" SEP attacks by several people last week. Well, I had […]

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