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35 posts categorized "Identity Protection"

Halloween spam attacks are hitting networks all over the world

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Halloween spam

 

Spooks, ghouls and creepy things are set to ascend into the world of the living as Halloween is celebrated the world over.  Never mind that the original meaning of the celebration was intended to honour the Christian faithful who had left this world of dense matter, it’s much more fun to dress up and pretend to be an incarnation of evil, while bagging some sticky, sickly sweets at the same time.

 

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Category: Identity Protection, Internet Threats Comments

Identity theft protection – Dropbox users targeted by malware that steals financial information

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Identity theft

Dropbox is an extremely popular online file sharing service with something like 175 million users. And it’s now being targeted by cyber criminals who are using well-known malware to try and steal financial details.

 

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Identity protection software – why do you need it?

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Identity fraud

We take a look at the websites and trading platforms hackers and criminals use to buy and sell stolen credit cards, as well as drugs, guns and just about any other illicit item you can think of.  It’s a revealing read and one that illustrates how important identity protection is.

 

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Category: Identity Protection, Internet Security Comments

Children as young as 8 are being groomed by online predators

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Children and internet dangers

 

A UK organisation dedicated to protecting children from online exploitation warns that online predators are increasingly targeting younger children.

 

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Category: Identity Protection, Security News Comments

Baby pics on Facebook : to post or not to post?

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Mother and child

Did you know that two-thirds of parents post pictures of their newborn on Facebook less than 60 minutes after birth?

 

 

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