Bamboozled: Netflix and fraud? How scammers are targeting users

Scammers often use the names and logos of legitimate businesses to try to trick consumers. This time around, the victim is Netflix, the popular streaming service and home to hot shows like Stranger Things, G.L.O.W. and Master of None. And you could be sucked in as a victim, too, if you fall for this scam. Customers… Please follow and like us:

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Google Tells Users How To Keep Their Account Secure In New Study

One of the biggest controversies of last year — the hacking of the Democratic National Congress’ chairman John Podesta emails — happened using a very simple methodology. A hacker made Podesta believe that his account had been compromised and made him change his password on a pseudo screen that looked just like the actual Google email… Please follow and like us:

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Save your money and your data by preparing your phone for travel

Make sure you’re secure before leaving the house. Don’t forget to pack your smartphone. Aaron Burden/Unsplash When you’re traveling, you rely on your trusty smartphone to navigate, translate, and stay in touch with friends. But on the road, you may face challenges like insecure or nonexistent Wi-Fi and a scarcity of places to charge your device.… Please follow and like us:

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How to keep other people off your Wi-Fi network

Give digital trespassers the boot. Make sure only welcome guests have access to your Wi-Fi. Stux/Pixabay You don’t want neighbors or passers-by stealing your Wi-Fi any more than you want them stealing your water, electricity, or carefully curated collection of Blu-ray movies. In fact it’s more serious than that—if someone can hook on to the same… Please follow and like us:

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Hackers Release Thousands Of Spotify Account Details

Late Monday night, a hacking group revealed the login credentials of thousands of Spotify accounts. In its announcement on Twitter, the Leak Boat said it was 9,000 accounts, but the page that listed all the account details had information of fewer than 6,500 Spotify subscribers. The group, which has previously released hacked accounts from various websites,… Please follow and like us:

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