With the world currently undergoing one of the largest and most complex vaccination campaigns in history, it's not surprising to find scammers and sellers on the dark market eager to make a profit off the process.
An SMS popped into my iPhone's messages inbox last night, proclaiming to be an "IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM COMMBANK". Given I don't use that particular bank, well, it was obviously a scam, but some might be fooled.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has tweeted a quote from Steve Jobs in memory of his birthday as a touching gesture, but Ethereum scammers have hijacked replies with false promises of free money.
The disgusting, opportunistic, evil and criminal slimes trying to fool us all are back with new emails from Google to trick and trap us. Be careful!
Ok, so we’re not talking counterfeit Dysons but fraudulent product reviews and fake followers on social media with a high cost to the low blow of fake popularity.
I’m waiting for the Apple Watch, but the Crapple Watch is available now at a tenth of the price, a hundredth of the features and free shipping - but is it any good?
An online blog claimed to have a photo of perennial Apple cloner Xiaomi’s new MacBook Air clone, and even before it appears to have been outed as a hoax, I had my suspicions.
Shopping giant Woolworths has warned customers against filling out a fake customer satisfaction survey which asks for bank account details in exchange for a $150 Woolworths voucher.
A pic of what appears to be an odd-looking iPhone with volume, mute and front-facing camera on the wrong side, along with a warped-looking screen and rounder edges'¦ faaaake?
China (or is it iChina?) is the king of the cloners, the land where fake electronics can be more popular than the real deal, where intellectual property rights are but figments of western imagination and where not just electronics are faked, but even entire shopfronts.
Similar to the RogueAV malware on PCs that falsely informs end-users that their computers are infected with all manner of nasties, MacDefender claims to be security software that is instead attempting to extort a payment from you to clear the fake infections and to stop a slew of filthy porn pop-ups polluting the screens of 'infected Mac users.
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