5 June 2023
Have you received an email, phone call, or text message from someone you never heard of but looks authentic? Does it ask for your personal information or credit card data?
Yes? Think twice. You might want to control yourself from clicking on it if you do not want to be a phishing scam victim.
Many financial transactions now take place online, making credit card details prone to scammers and cybercriminals.
To avoid significant financial loss and identity theft, let’s explore the different ways to detect and prevent yourself from falling prey to these phishing attacks. read more...
6 September 2022
When you browse the web, you may come across a variety of online threats. And these threats aren't limited to malicious websites. If you're not careful, you could accidentally infect your computer with malicious software even when visiting the most legitimate of sites.
But how's that possible? In a word, malvertising.
Malvertising (malicious advertising) is a relatively new cyberattack technique that inserts malicious code into digital advertisements. These infected ads are usually served to consumers through legitimate advertising networks, making them difficult to detect by both internet users and publishers.
The advertisements appear tempting, genuine, and to be from a trustworthy source. The host website owner may not even be aware that malvertising is being displayed on their site. read more...