Tag Archives: Scams

“Want To Know Who’s Watching You?” is a Facebook scam

Malwarebytes alerting Facebook users about a new website that claim to provide the list of users who watched your profile. this is a scam similar to the Facebook Profile Viewer scam that hijack users profile. The url is pointing to

Free Netflix Accounts is just another scam

Netflix theme continue to be used by scammers for compromising users and attacking more victims. Today malwarebyte have reported several cases for spoofed websites that are still up to trick users and have their sensitive information. the first case reported

A Man Jumped on the Mall is Facebook video scam

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Facebook users should be careful with a new scam that aims to spread malwares, the scam is a fake video hosted on malicious URL. when victim will open the malicious link he will be invited to install an executable file

Scammers exploit Ebola virus to spread malwares

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We  notice that all news are used by cyber-criminal to promote their malwares as this allow them to target the largest audience possible. Symantec have reported over this week that online scammers are taking advantage of Ebola virus epidemic in

More Self-XSS Scams Targeting Facebook Accounts

Social networks continue to be one of the resources that cyber criminal use to promote their attacks. Self-XSS is a new way used by hackers to compromise accounts on Facebook. the attack consist of malicious JavaScript or client-side that will be

Facebook Scam Claims Paul Walker “Shocking Video”

Social network websites are full with scams; there is a new circulating message that is using Paul Walker death the famous for his role as Brian O’Conner in the Fast & Furious. Scammers are claiming to have the real video

Warning Signs of Internet and Phone Scams

 Scams employing telecommunications technology are increasing, with Kaspersky reporting global phishing attacks rising from 19.9 to 37.3 million over the last year. Companies as technologically sophisticated as Twitter have fallen prey to simple email scams, as NatGeo News points out.