Gaming corporation Valve is trying to make spammers' and phishers' lives more difficult and, consequently, their own users' gaming experience more pleasant and safer by limiting the things account owners can do until they have spent a set amount of money.
Malware peddlers are once again trying to trick users into downloading malware by sending out fake emails impersonating domain administrators.
Trend Micro researchers are warning about a clever and very well executed email spam campaign that has been targeting and continues to target French users with the goal of infecting their machine with backdoor malware, banking malware, and ransomware.
Users of Steam, Valve Corporation's popular gaming platform, are the targets of a new survey scam that dangles the opportunity to get $20 Steam codes for free in front of them, warns Malwarebytes' Chris Boyd.
What does it take to execute a successful spam operation peddling diet pills of questionable effectiveness? For one spammer, it took some 750,000 fake Twitter accounts.
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