Bitdefender is warning Microsoft Office users against the emergence of a new spam campaign that is looking to trick antispam filters in order to allow spam to pass freely into mailboxes.
According to the results of a study performed by researchers from the University at Buffalo, “information-rich” emails that alter the recipients’ cognitive processes are mostly to blame for the success of phishing scams.
A spam campaign revealing the 10 Hottest Snapchats is a new entry to the long list of Facebook scams flooding the social network.
Over the past few months, AdaptiveMobile has tracked an increase of spam complexity on messaging apps, such as WhatsApp, in the United States, Europe and India, and expects these attacks to continue through 2015.
Oracle is warning users about malware sites actively offering Oracle patches for download.
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