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Phone scam

Beware: Scammers can hack you using nothing but a phone number

May 4th, 2021

I’m just about finished reading New York Times writer Nicole Perlroth’s fantastic new book, This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends, in which she lifts up and turns over the rock of the global cyberwar arms race to show us all the nasty, wormy hackers and spies underneath who play around in that …

Roku TV

If you have a Roku player and see this message, report it right away

April 7th, 2021

With the number of Roku users now surpassing 51 million users, the platform has become an attractive target for scammers looking to take advantage of unsuspecting users. One of the more popular scams you should keep an eye out for involves a fraudulent activation page designed to steal sensitive personal information or solicit payment. As …

FedEx Scam Text

There’s a new FedEx text message scam that you need to know about

January 24th, 2020

The hard part about avoiding dangerous online and mobile scams is that scammers have become much more sophisticated in recent years. Whether it’s a phishing email purporting to be from Apple or a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS, consumers need to remain as vigilant as ever when it comes to identifying seemingly …

Chrome bug

Con artists take advantage of a revived Chrome bug to spread tech support scams

July 4th, 2018

Scammers never sleep, not even on national holidays. According to Ars Technica, con artists have once again been found taking advantage of a bug in Google’s Chrome browser to spread tech support scams to unwitting users. Back in February, Malwarebytes warned of a technique that scammers were using freeze browsers while simultaneously trying to convince …