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In a post last week, I described ten reasons why ransomware – that is, computer malware that prevents users from accessing their files until they pay a ransom to some criminal enterprise – is a problem that will grow significantly in 2018. One of the questions that I am often asked about ransomware is […]
A small, rarely used special character is potentially helping criminals trick people into falling prey to all sorts of online scams, and businesses – including some of the world’s leading media companies and financial institutions – appear to be woefully unprepared. To learn more, please see my Inc. article, How A Tiny Dot Lets Criminals Impersonate Most […]
Malware that displays graphic, adult images has been found in multiple Android apps targeting children. The new strain, dubbed AdultSwine by researchers, was found in 60 Android apps, many with child-focused names — such as Spinner Toy for Slither and Drawing Lessons Angry Birds — by researchers from the cybersecurity firm, Checkpoint. According to Google […]