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Google Calendar Phishing and How to Reduce Your Exposure to It

While sitting with one of our clients recently they mentioned to us that they kept getting event invites/notifications on Google Calendar that were phishing attempts or spam. They finally sent us a screenshot and we dug into the matter to learn more. In short, phishing Google Calendar has been going on for months, based on [...]

Sextortion: 12 Tips to Help Protect Yourself

If you have stumbled on this post, you are probably here for one of two reasons. You want to understand what sextortion is because maybe you're unfamiliar with term, or someone threatened to expose some compromising details about you. In this post we are going to talk about things you need to do immediately and [...]

Old spoofing attack presents issues for web browsers

Everyone is susceptible to deception.  Recently, it's come out that web browsers Chrome (Version 57), Firefox, and Opera are not properly displaying ASCII and Unicode characters.  This leaves users vulnerable to IDN homographic attacks according to web developer Xudong Zheng As Zheng explains, homographic attacks use letters from non Latin languages that look similar to [...]

By |2018-06-21T19:52:00+00:00April 23rd, 2017|cyber security, phishing, social engineering|0 Comments