How to Send a Password-Protected Attachment in Gmail screenshot

How to Send a Password-Protected Attachment in Gmail

Transmitting a password-protected document to another person by email takes a bit more planning than you might expect. A password should be the first thing that crosses your mind if you want to have as much security... Read more

July 15, 2020
LiveAuctioneers Revealed a Data Breach of Millions of Passwords, Email Addresses, and Phone Numbers screenshot

LiveAuctioneers Revealed a Data Breach of Millions of Passwords, Email Addresses, and Phone Numbers

On Saturday, LiveAuctioneers, an online platform that lets users participate in real-life antique, art, and jewelry auctions, announced that some of its customers' personal data may have been compromised. The... Read more

July 15, 2020
A Data Viper Hack Has Allowed Cybercriminals to Leak Private Records From More Than 8,000 Breached Websites screenshot

A Data Viper Hack Has Allowed Cybercriminals to Leak Private Records From More Than 8,000 Breached Websites

On Wednesday, Vinny Troia, the founder of a cybersecurity company called Night Lion Security and a data leak alert service by the name of Data Viper, is set to deliver a keynote speech at the Secure World security... Read more

July 14, 2020
How to Check If You Were Affected by Koodo Data Breach screenshot

How to Check If You Were Affected by Koodo Data Breach

If you aren't aware of Koodo Mobile, it's a Canadian mobile flanker brand, which was launched by Telus back in 2008, recently announced that client data was breached and is apparently being sold on the Dark Web. Koodo... Read more

July 14, 2020
419 Fraud: Everything You Should Know About the Nigerian Scam screenshot

419 Fraud: Everything You Should Know About the Nigerian Scam

The type of fraud we'll discuss today is called an advanced fee scam, but you are more likely to hear about it as the Nigerian Scam or the Nigerian Letter Scam. It's often referred to as the 419 Scam as well because... Read more

July 14, 2020
How to Avoid Frauds and Scams When Taking 2020 Census screenshot

How to Avoid Frauds and Scams When Taking 2020 Census

It's completely rational to be wary of sharing your personal information online, especially if you need to fill in a real physical address or your social security number. That kind of information can be dangerous in... Read more

July 13, 2020
LimeRoad Denied the Data Leak of 1.29 MN Customer but Confirmed by Us-Based Cybersecurity Firm Cyble screenshot

LimeRoad Denied the Data Leak of 1.29 MN Customer but Confirmed by Us-Based Cybersecurity Firm Cyble

Early July 2020 saw US-based cybersecurity firm Cyble add LimeRoad to their database of breaches. Cyble claims to have discovered the details of nearly 1.3 million of LimeRoad’s clients being sold on the dark web, as... Read more

July 13, 2020
Dunzo Users Need to Be Careful After Their Phone Numbers and Email IDs Got Leaked screenshot

Dunzo Users Need to Be Careful After Their Phone Numbers and Email IDs Got Leaked

On Saturday, Mukund Jha, the CTO of an Indian delivery service called Dunzo, was faced with the unenviable task of telling users that some of their data had been exposed. In a blog post, Jha apologized profusely and... Read more

July 13, 2020
How to Reset Your Forgotten Intuit Mint Account Password screenshot

How to Reset Your Forgotten Intuit Mint Account Password

Intuit Inc. is a business and financial software firm located in the USA. It develops and sells financial, accounting, and tax preparation apps and similar services for small businesses, accountants, and people.... Read more

July 10, 2020
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How to Fix "Your Transaction Cannot Be Completed" in Google Play

Purchasing your favorite apps, e-books, and music from the Google Play Store has become as simple as possible with the 1-tap buy feature. All you need to do is select what you want to buy, tap on it, and confirm the... Read more

July 10, 2020
UCSF Falls Victim to NetWalker Ransomware Attack – Pays Over $1m Ransom screenshot

UCSF Falls Victim to NetWalker Ransomware Attack – Pays Over $1m Ransom

The University of California San Francisco in the USA fell victim to a cyber-attack on June 01. The institution got targeted by NetWalker ransomware and decided to comply with the attackers' demands. Let's look into... Read more

July 10, 2020
A New Study Revealed That 41% of Participants Reused the Same Password on All Accounts screenshot

A New Study Revealed That 41% of Participants Reused the Same Password on All Accounts

Cybersecurity professionals often assume that users simply don't know enough about the threats they can encounter online. This may not necessarily be true, though. According to TechAdvisor, a recent survey conducted... Read more

July 10, 2020
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