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After the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) made a huge splash weeks ago when it told Google and Apple to pull TikTok from their respective app stores, the federal agency is now warning Americans of an increased wave of SMS phishing attacks. SMS phishing, otherwise known as smishing or robotexts (FCC’s own terminology), is a form […]

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Nearly one in 10 smartphone users in the UK (9%), as many as 5.7 million people, have fallen victim to identity fraud in the last 12 months, according to a research by GBG. The report can reveal that young adults aged 18-to-24 were hardest hit with 18% becoming victims of identity fraud compared to 9% […]

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When having trouble with a product or service, where does the modern user turn? Most likely, social networks. Therefore, in addition to traditional technical support, many companies have a special team whose job it is to track public brand mentions (particularly on Twitter or Facebook). However, such mentions are of interest not only to the […]

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