The Department of Justice, the FBI, and the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) remind the public there is a potential for disaster fraud in the aftermath of a natural disaster
Businesses are receiving email with alleged customer complaints containing malware downloader that encrypts computer files and requires a private key (ransome) to decrypt.
FBI continues to receive reports of spam e-mails that use FBI officials’ names
Cyber criminals use Beta Bot to target financial institutions, e-commerce sites, online payment platforms, and social networking sites
Warning: Spear-phishing e-mail puportedly from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children contains 3 malicious files.
If you receive an e-mail that appears to be from a trusted source but are asked for personal or financial information, do not respond.
Whether you’re downloading it or buying a physical disc, the odds are good that the product is pirated and laced with malicious software, or malware.
I really don’t understand how bulk spam emails like this generate business, but they must. Otherwise they’d stop sending them. Right?
Warning: Ransomware being used to intimidate victims into paying a fine to “unlock” their computers.
Five popular hacker strategies and how to counter them.
This report, which is based upon information from law enforcement and complaints submitted to the IC3, details recent cyber crime trends and new twists to previously-existing cyber scams.
Another B.S. spam email promoting SEO. I laughed aloud when I read ….
Royal Bank received this communication about the newest scam. This is happening in the Midwest right now and moving across the country.
The following email is a clever scam promising victims compensation for being previously scammed.