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Phishers go after Red Cross data breach victims
Texts ask users to click on links.
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Telstra warns of phishers targeting 700MHz spectrum trial
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Grum and Cutwail botnets ramp it up.
Jan 27 2010 11:44AM
Attackers try to swindle FTP credentials in cPanel scam
Messages appear to come from trusted web hosting providers.
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'Verified by Visa' phishing scam detected
Fake site more sophisticated than most phishing sites.
Nov 20 2009 10:49AM
Bogus Facebook page harvests login details
Fraudulent URL tricks users into revealing credentials.
Nov 18 2009 10:48AM
New ICANN rules trigger phishing fears
Cyrillic characters could be mistaken for Latin characters.
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Opinion: Ignore your customers' privacy at your peril
Guest Tripwire columnist, Robert Kidd, writes that failure to comply is costly.
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Opinion: Three steps to better browser security
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Oct 21 2009 10:52AM
Password breaches lead to rise in email spam
Researchers point to Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo! password exposures.
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New 'SMiShing' spam targets WAP and smartphone users
Users need to read the fine print.
Oct 8 2009 11:32AM
FBI takes down US/Egyptian phishing ring
Gang transferred cash to bogus accounts.
Oct 8 2009 10:42AM
FBI warns of growing attacks using Facebook
Scammers and phishers run riot.
Oct 2 2009 12:11PM
Australia shows poor resistance to phishing
Around 86 per cent of Australian web users are at risk from online fraud, according to research by security vendor VeriSign.
Jun 30 2009 10:01AM
Twitter hit by major attack as cybercriminals monopolise trending topics
Spammers are using the trending topics section on Twitter to spread malware.
Jun 5 2009 11:24AM
McDonalds phish being dished out
A new phishing scheme leveraging the McDonald's name is part of a trend that plays on the economic downturn.
Dec 2 2008 9:47AM
Phishing volumes drop while notorious gang upgrades technology
A highly organised gang of phishers took some time off to rebuild its botnet infrastructure -- but experts expect the scams to return with a vengeance.
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