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Facebook bans 'cloaking' as it cracks down on scams

Facebook has announced it's taking steps to combat the rise of "cloaking" on its platform. The practice refers to a popular deception technique where scammers disguise a link to their website as a genuine News Feed post, fooling Facebook's moderators.

Taking the fight against ISIS to the digital battlefield Special

Washington - Driving the Islamic State –ISIS – out of Syria and Iraq isn’t necessarily going to defeat the terrorist organization unless its influence in cyberspace is substantially reduced as well.

Spammers pounce on Ashley Madison hack & Windows 10

Spam and phishing attempts continue to get more sophisticated, and even savvy Internet users are sometimes confused by an ultra-realistic looking email or webpage.

Op-Ed: Spammers make $200 million a year collectively

Across the globe tons of spam is sent out daily. These annoying emails have become a fact of life, costing society both time and money. A new report highlights that spammers earn relatively little in comparison to the high costs they create for others.

Spammers Using Virginia Tech Shooting to Lure Online Victims

Spammers attempt to capitalize on Virginia Tech shootings by using school name to lure people into opening unsolicited e-mail messages. Already, domain names, viruses and emails are being broadcast that bear the school's name.

Crowdhacking, and how you are affected!

I never thought of DJ in this sense, but this is an interesting article I suggest all read!
 

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The recent Windows 10 upgrade and Ashley Madison Hack has made it easy for spammers and hackers to e...
The recent Windows 10 upgrade and Ashley Madison Hack has made it easy for spammers and hackers to exploit Internet security issues
Ola Waagen
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Moscow-based internet security giant Kaspersky has estimated that there are over 1 000 hackers in Ru...
Moscow-based internet security giant Kaspersky has estimated that there are over 1,000 hackers in Russia specialising in financial crime
Kirill Kudryavtsev, AFP/File

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