The latest WhatsApp scams spread misery and malware instead of good cheer, shopping vouchers or free Wi-Fi. They are one of many strange messages WhatsApp users should come to expect.
Cyber criminals always search for the motherload – phishing emails that get through. This time they have targeted small to medium businesses that that lodge Business Activity Statements (BAS) online.
Hinge, a dating app developed in the US and widely reported as a “Tinder” killer has been re-launched in Australia this week.
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