Google Chrome users will from now on be faced with a new, customized warning every time they visit a website/page that contains social engineering content: "The threat landscape is constantly changing—bad actors on the web are using more and different types of deceptive behavior to trick you into performing actions that you didn’t intend or want, so we’ve expanded protection to include social engineering," Google's Emily Schechter and Noé Lutz explained the move.
"There's a group of fake recruiters on LinkedIn mapping infosec people's networks.
US networking technology company Ubiquiti Networks has been swindled by fraudsters and has lost nearly $47 million.
When someone mentions advanced fee or romance scams most people immediately associate them with Nigerian scammers.
More often than not, malware peddlers' main goal is to deliver their malicious wares to the maximum number of users possible.
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