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Phishing is the most popular way of enabling fraud for cyber criminals, who are also increasingly using rogue mobile apps, mobile browsers and social media, a report reveals
The majority of UK consumers now accept the risk of fraud when shopping online as eCommerce shows no signs of slowing down, according to findings from Paysafe.
Continuous investment and activity are key in the cyber arms race, according to Databarracks, as research shows UK firms are worried about keeping up with security challenges
Hackers could exploit security vulnerabilities in fax machines to launch cyber-attacks in millions of organisations around the world, researchers warn, underlining the need for cyber resilience
Mobile banking Trojans are designed to steal money directly from mobile users’ bank accounts. This type of attack is attractive to cyber criminals looking for an easy profit.
Researchers are warning of vulnerabilities in WhatsApp that allow threat actors to intercept and manipulate messages sent in a group chat
Security researchers uncovered a cryptojacking campaign — where attackers hijack systems to conduct cryptocurrency mining — that injects a malicious version of Coinhive, a web-based cryptocurrency miner, by exploiting a vulnerability in MikroTik routers.
Have you thought about how to keep yourself protected online while you’re away, whether it’s the annual family holiday or a short break?
A British IT manager and former hacker from Darlington ran a disinformation campaign that duped former US intelligence agents and provided Donald Trump with manufactured “evidence” to deny that Russia interfered with the US election
There are 10 common activities on the dark web that indicate a data breach or some other security compromise has taken place, according to a specialist monitoring firm
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