Posts Tagged ‘fraud’

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Identity Theft: How 2012 Affects What You Should Do in 2014

In 2012, identity theft cost U.S. citizens more than $24 billion. The Bureau of Justice Statistics reports losses affecting 16.6 million people. In the vein of government-related identity crimes, fraudulent tax returns and falsified filings of government benefit papers top the list of reported incidents. According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), document-related theft accounts [...]

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Evernote warns of possible security breach

One of the popular online services Evernote has been hacked this week. Unknown attacker gained access to a database for email addresses and passwords. The sensitive information is not yet published but it is always possible that attacker publish the data on internet. Evernote is a cloud based service that helps users to store all [...]

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Honeymail Keeps your Email Privacy Safe

Today many website are using email database illegally, for example they will provide the list of subscribers to a third party for advertising and at this point victim will get hundreds of spams daily, I have just discovered a new project called honeymail that can solve this issue. Honeymail will track all your email that [...]

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Does Facebook’s OTP Really Protect Users?

Today there has been a very interesting post on Security-Faq regarding password security and new Facebook One time password solution. According to Lee: What the team over at Facebook has come up with is a way to get a temporary password at anytime when you are on a wireless network that you do not trust. [...]

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Protect Your Privacy

Today it is not a secret the amount of information that we can find on internet. This can touch personal and organizational information. Tracking any user is possible over different online services like whois or dnslookup…. Nice example can be found on http://www.attackvector.org/invasion-of-privacy/ , this post demonstrate how it will be possible from receiving a [...]

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