What Is A Text Mail Subscriber Scam? Learn To Protect Yourself

February 21, 2024
A text mail subscriber scam involves the deceptive use of text mail services for fraudulent activities. Scammers leverage these services to send misleading messages, phishing attempts, or engage in various schemes to exploit unsuspecting individuals.
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Tax Identity Theft: Protect Yourself from Tax Return Scams & Frauds

February 20, 2024
Tax identity theft is a serious concern, but with awareness, vigilance, and the right cybersecurity measures, individuals can significantly reduce the risk of falling victim to these scams.
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Fake YouTube Giveaway Scams: How To Recognize Them!

February 19, 2024
It would be nice to believe that giveaway offers on social media platforms are real; however, as with most online ‘too good to be true’ scenarios, this is unfortunately generally not the case. We’ve rounded up some of the most common giveaway scams that occur on the YouTube platform.
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MSIExec.Exe Files: How To Know If I Can Uninstall Or If It's Safe

February 15, 2024
.msi files are widely used for software distribution and installation due to their standardized format and reliability. While .msi files themselves are not inherently unsafe, they can be manipulated by malicious actors to deliver malware
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Gmail Hacked Accounts: How to Defend Against Scammers

February 12, 2024
Hackers target Gmail accounts for various reasons, none of which you want to be on the receiving end of. This blog will explore Gmail account hacking, including why hackers target Gmail accounts, how to recognize if your Gmail account has been hacked, steps to recover your Gmail account and password, and crucial tips to protect your Gmail account from future hacking attacks.
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How To Avoid Downloading Malicious Code: Malware Warning!

February 4, 2024
Malicious code refers to specific lines or segments of code within a program or script that are designed to carry out malicious actions e.g. cause harm, exploit vulnerabilities, or compromise the security and functionality of a computer system, network, or device without the knowledge or consent of the user.
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Data Leaked! How To Secure Your Accounts After The "MoAB"

February 1, 2024
This January 2024, the ‘Mother of All Breaches’ is making headlines as a ‘supermassive’ data leak, affecting no less than 26 billion leaked data records. It's time to change your passwords and scan your email to check for personal data breaches!
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