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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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When preparing a targeted attack against a company, attackers sometimes resort to dumpster-diving, hoping to find useful information. In real life they won’t stumble across 50 valid passwords in a trash can, Hackers style, but cybercriminals can still find a lot of useful intel in company trash. What shouldn’t go in the garbage Even the […]

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