Cyber scammers continue to impersonate Microsoft and try to trick users into believing that their computer is serious need of an AV solution.
PayPal customers are being targeted with a fake email impersonating the e-payment service, claiming that their account has been put "on hold" and will stay that way until they reset their password: More experienced users will likely identify the email as malicious and consider it a phishing attempt, but it's not.
Once users become too familiar with a type of scam and stop falling for it, scammers tend to move on to new ones.
A new phishing campaign is targeting Facebook users, and it's after more than just their login credentials, warns Hoax-Slayer.
As expected, the Boston Marathon bombings have become an effective lure in the hands of cyber scammers and malware peddlers.
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