Apple users are once again targeted with phishing emails, warns Bitdefender, and the latest variant of the scheme is impersonating Apple Support claiming that their account has been "limited." The text of the email will likely raise suspicion with a lot of users, but unfortunately there are always those that will miss the double greeting, the unconventional capitalization of words, the purposeful push to make users act immediately, without thinking ("This link will expire three hours after this email was sent").
The boundaries of what defines a bank or payment provider are blurring, with innovators such as Apple and PayPal now competing in this space.
Twitch, the popular Amazon-owned game streaming service, has apparently suffered a breach that might have resulted in the compromise of users' personal information and password.
New research from SecureAuth shows that despite much debate, the password isn't dead yet as two in five IT decision makers (ITDMs) admit that passwords are their only IT security measure.
A few simple steps can go a long way to making things much more difficult for individuals to commit fraud.
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