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Fraud Prevention
Cold Boot Attacks - A Chilling Reality
A couple of cybersecurity researchers have developed a method that can bypass mitigations for concentrated attacks on laptops. A physical attacker can compromise a laptop that’s in sleep mode, potentially acquiring sensitive information such as passwords, encryption keys and other personal data. The complications are immeasurable – the attack will work on any make and...
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URL Spoofing on Safari Browsers
An IT security researcher based in Pakistan named Rafay Baloch has just uncovered a critical weakness that could allow fraudsters to spoof website addresses in the Microsoft Edge web browser for Windows and Apple Safari for iOS. While Microsoft secured this weakness last month as part of its monthly security updates release, Safari is still...
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How much do you trust the online sites you give your personal information to? Do you have the same level of trust and confidence when you provide the same information when you open a bank account? Where and how do you place your trust? Trust can be varying depending on each individual’s experience. Some doubt...
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Cybercrime Solutions
Clicking Gone Wrong: Click Jacking and Click Baiting A lot of computer user love using the internet which leads to manage, and when users use the internet of course it is inevitable to open up a browser. Doing a lot of stuff on the web such as online shopping, social interaction and reading our emails....
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Growing Impact Cybercrime, Brand Protection, Cyber Security
How deeply rooted is cybercrime? Cybercrime has been rampant since the computer age started, from petty crimes such as performing weird functions on your computer to defacing, and now critical theft where even a country could even make an economy out of it. The first massive cybercrime attacks were back in 1989 when $70 million...
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