Tag Archive | "spammers"


17 January 2011 | 10,713 views

China Facing Problems With Android Handsets & Pre-installed Trojans

It seems like the Chinese are always coming up with inventive ways to scam people, this time the people in their own country. Android is of course growing quickly globally and China is no exception with the availability of cheap hardware there the open-source Android OS is a natural choice. The latest scam is some [...]

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21 October 2010 | 7,369 views

Malware Pushers Abuse Firefox Warning Page

This is a pretty neat attack from the malware pushes leveraging on the ignorance of the average user – which in all honestly is a safe bet most of the time! You could consider it a Social Engineering attack as it’s taking something that’s familiar and changing it to deliver malware. I’m sure all the [...]

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06 July 2010 | 9,618 views

Tabnapping Attack On The Increase

This is an interesting new attack, I saw a live demo of it a while back here: Tabnabbing: A New Type of Phishing Attack. All you need to do is let the page load, then browse to another tab for 5 seconds or more and you’ll see the favicon change to Gmail and the page [...]

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24 June 2010 | 13,653 views

Scotland Yard Arrests Teenages For Involvement In Largest English Language Cybercrime Forum

It seems both the US and UK governments have been cracking down pretty harshly on cybercrime operations over the past two years. A number of ‘underground’ forums and cybercrime operations have been shut down including those involving botnets, carding and phishing. One of the big stories earlier this year was the Former DarkMarket Admin Facing [...]

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14 May 2010 | 8,502 views

Two Thirds Of All Phishing Attacks Carried Out By Single Group

Now this is a pretty surprising figure, we all know Phishing has become a big issue in recent years especially for financial institutions, but it still amazes me two-thirds of all attacks can come from a single group! It’s been a major issue concerning computer security in general, consumer privacy and companies like PayPal have [...]

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28 October 2009 | 6,295 views

Facebook E-mail Spam Conceals Malware Attack

Facebook has had a fair share of problems, being a large community of course it’s going to be a ripe target for spammers, scammers and malware distributors. The latest to hit is a spam e-mail claiming to be from the Facebook team that actually spreads a nasty piece of malware called Bredolab. It’s also been [...]

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21 October 2009 | 33,205 views

Retarded E-mails – Carding, Coins, Bombs & More!

Ah it’s that time of the year again when all the back to skoolers have some mad l33t knowledge and wanna h4x0r the planet or something. Hmmm website hacking, sounds simple eh? thriller wrote: hai i would like to know website hacking how?……… sedn to my mail Ok I’m following up up to the exploding [...]

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24 September 2009 | 28,881 views

Twitter DM Phishing Scam

As Twitter gains momentum there are more and more attacks on it, it’s users and the most recent is a phishing scam via DM (Direct Message). It was uncovered recently that it was being used as a Botnet Control Channel, shortly before that it was subjected to a DoS attack. This isn’t the first time [...]

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16 July 2009 | 11,309 views

Chinese Company Shares Huge Malware Database

We need more companies like this that acknowledge hoarding data isn’t doing anything for the greater good, to really stamp out the core problems you have to share the data you’ve correlated across the World so everyone can put together what they have and do something about it. It seems like with China pumping out [...]

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20 May 2009 | 5,638 views

Google Poisoning Attack Gumblar Still Causing Problems

I thought this would have been stamped out by now, but sadly it’s still going on. With the advent of cheap web hosting and easy to use CMS systems like WordPress more and more people are managing their own websites (gone are the days of Geocities). More people with websites means more FTP details to [...]

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