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This time, bad guys still use a not-new-script, which is spreading poisonous links though social networking site Facebook to cheat users into accessing phishing, malicious websites. The new trick of this campaign is the faking of YouTube plugin for Firefox and Chrome browsers. This shows hackers’ investment, close following-up and continuous changes. Hackers convince users […]

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Cybercriminals have spammed out malware, posing as an email from the Royal Mail. The emails, which claim that a package has been returned to the Royal Mail office, pretend to come from official-sounding addresses such as [email protected] or [email protected]. Opening the attached file could lead to your Windows computer being infected by a Trojan horse. […]

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With British students about to start another year at university, the last thing they probably want to hear is that there is a problem with a student loan. But that’s precisely the camouflage that online scammers are using to steal personal information today. An email, claiming to come from Directgov UK, tells students that there […]

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