US CERT has recently issued a warning about malware-delivery campaigns using users' fear of the Ebola virus and its spreading as a bait.
Researchers have found a way to deliver a malicious app to Android users by hiding it into what seems to be an encrypted image file, which is then delivered via a legitimate, seemingly innocuous wrapper app.
China-based Internet users are in danger of getting their iCloud and Windows Live accounts hijacked and all the information in them slurped up by the Chinese authorities, web censorship watchdog Great Fire reported on Monday.
US-CERT released an advisory warning users about email scams and cyber campaigns using the Ebola virus disease as a theme.
With a number of large retailers and banks reporting massive data security breaches in the last year, leaving hundreds of millions of consumers' personal information compromised, it seems inevitable that one's identity and personal information will be stolen at some point.