The Conti ransomware gang has issued a somewhat hilarious warning to media outlets which reported quotes from ransom negotiations between the ransomware gang and one of its victims, JVCKenwood.
New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has issued a warning to power company Genesis Energy about billing errors concerning electricity line charges to business customers.
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.
With the US elections a week away and warnings of Russian, Iranian and other foreign involvement pouring out from every conceivable source, the US appears to have hit peak paranoia mode.
India has warned popular mobile messaging service WhatsApp that it must act immediately to stop the circulation of incendiary messages that have caused deaths in many states such as Assam, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tripura and West Bengal.
If you take up one of the new "unlimited" plans from Vodafone or Telstra, you know that you get at least 40GB of data at full speed before speeds slow to a max of 1.5Mbps, but Think Mobile thinks its plans are still a better deal with 80GB full speed for $48.
The only legitimate organisation that ever accepts an iTunes gift card is Apple, and then only via its iDevices and Macs, so if you’re ever asked to provide one as payment – it’s a scam!
Yet more applause for Malcolm Turnbull’s Innovation Statement, this time from Australia’s peak Internet body, Internet Australia and its CEO, Laurie Patton.
If you get an email purporting to come from Microsoft with the subject line ‘Windows 10 Free Update’, be warned, it’s a ransomware encryption attack!
Scammers are online this Christmas trying to con you with emails suggesting there’s a missed parcel you need to pay a re-delivery fee for, but if you fall for it your present will be heartache, a lighter wallet, the risk of identity theft or the risk of ransomware.
I just received a phone call from a Windows support scammer, showing the scam is still very much alive, and showing just how careful you need to be to avoid evil scammers.
With LulzSec, Anonymous and other hackers good and bad showing how 'Internet Security' can so easily be shortened to 'insecurity', the on-going and ever more alarming security wake-up call is ringing louder and louder, but what good is that when so many have put their phones to silent?
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