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Password blackmail

Well, this one is just rolling and rolling. Starting in the summer of 2018 some enterprising scammer decided that the vast number of password exposures can be used for a new purpose – directly blackmailing the account holders. These exposures quite often list both the email address and password for some service or other. Perhaps … Continue reading

Dixons Carphone identify 1.2M record Data Breach

An interesting statement from Dixons Carphone. It should be noted that this is listed as a potential breach, rather than proven. 1,200,000 personal records have been breached via unauthorised access. Additionally (in a separate incident), 5,800,000 chip and pin card details have been accessed and 105,000 non-EU card details that do not have chip and … Continue reading

Online stalker: could be your nearest and dearest

Who’s watching? Being stalked by some stranger. Leaving an online trail of destruction amongst your friends and family. Inviting other strangers to your home pretending to be you? Only after 3 1/2 years to be revealed to be your most trusted confidant and potential life partner?

Malware injection on trusted websites

Not a lot the end user can do about this one except trust their AV. Twit.TV, the producers of Security Now! and iPad Today amongst a vast array of other podcasts, have been the victim of a malicious code injection.

Facebook: Security

More changes to Facebook and we have some interesting settings available. Want to be sure that your account is secured? Well, this is a good starting place and should get you going. There are some pretty good options hidden away in the…

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