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At least 19 websites have fallen victim to a new data skimmer that appears to have been developed by threat group Magecart Group 7. Dubbed ‘MakeFrame’ by researchers at RiskIQ, the new data skimmer has been spotted out in the wild in several different versions. Researchers first came across the skimmer on January 24. Since then,...
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Online extortionists are now threatening email victims with COVID-19 infection if they don’t pay thousands of dollars, marking yet another evolution in their scam tactics. Sophos reported the sextortion scam, which follows a similar pattern to others of this type. The attackers divulge previously breached information on the victim, in this case one of their passwords,...
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Human traffickers are still recruiting fresh victims via social media and online dating platforms, according to a new warning issued by America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation.  In a public service announcement delivered yesterday, the FBI warned the public to be wary when arranging to meet someone they have met online in person.  Human traffickers use the lure...
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A remission fund set up by Western Union to compensate the victims of money transfer scams that the business “turned a blind eye to” has made its first distribution payment. On Tuesday the Western Union Remission Fund began paying approximately $153m in funds forfeited to the US government to over 109,000 victims located around the world. Western Union entered...
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A college drop-out has admitted using malware and a fake tech support company to con 40,000 victims out of millions of dollars. Former engineering student Amit Chauhan set up a bogus technical support call-center company called Tech Support in January 2019. Together with his accomplice and Jind resident Sumit Kumar, Chauhan ran the center from the...
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A California man who used social media to stalk and threaten the families of American mass shooting victims has been sentenced to 66 months in a federal prison. Brandon Michael Fleury, of Santa Ana, was convicted of cyber-stalking and sending a kidnapping threat to the friends and family of people who were killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas...
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“KidsGuard?” What an inappropriate name. It should be called KidsStalk-N-Dox, given that the makers of this consumer-grade stalkerware left a server open and unprotected, regurgitating the private data it slurped up from thousands of victims’ devices after a parent or other surveillance-happy person stealthily installed it. The spyware app’s unprotected Alibaba cloud storage bucket was...
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Threat actors exploiting public interest in the ongoing coronavirus outbreak have baited their phishing traps with a new lure—conspiracy theories about unreleased cures. The new tactic was noted by researchers at Proofpoint, who have been monitoring global malicious activity related to the life-threatening virus in the form of hundreds of thousands of messages.  Alongside a flurry...
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