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You've found a holiday apartment in a central location at a great price. But what looks like an unbeatable offer could be an attempt at fraud. Fraudulent websites that look like Airbnb have been springing up, warn German police, but there are ways to unmask them.
US and British cybersecurity agencies warned April 8 that foreign government-backed hacking groups are using coronavirus themes to ply their way into computers and networks.
Banks, Amazon, Paypal: Countless companies have warned us to watch out for phishing emails targeting their customers. Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself.
All you need to have your identity stolen is an email address, a social media profile or an account with an online retailer. That's why experts say essentially everyone who goes online needs to be wary of fraudsters.
The technique known as "phishing" is used by Internet crooks to try to steal the web users' identity or personal data via fraudulent e-mails with links to fake or compromised websites.
Internet attackers using tricks such as trojan viruses and phishing are becoming ever more inventive, but computer users can protect themselves if they follow a few simple tips.
Mainland hackers were likely to be behind an attack on the website of Taiwan’s ruling party, a US-based security firm said, as the island warns of growing cyberthreats.