Another scam is going around the internet and its at a time of year where people are typically more vulnerable because of how much money we spend online. We’re more likely to feel comfortable entering our credit card information because we’re extra busy and doing a lot of shopping online. This Netflix scam claims your […]
Essentially the email comes from your email address and is sent to your email address. A “hacker” claims to have hacked your computer through your router, sometimes even listing a specific router and a specific time that you were hacked.. The scam email goes on to suggest that you were looking at adult websites and […]
We have recently learned that scammers have been able to get through Google AdWords Security. If you need to contact Spotify by phone, do not google “Spotify contact info” or anything similar. People have been using Google to search for ten customer service number for Spotify and have been landed in a page that looks […]
Be very careful when sharing personal information on social media, especially answering copy and paste polls. Hackers are out their building profiles about each of us and some of these polls are created by hackers and then shared exactly for this purpose.
Endless attempts each week come through our inbox trying to maliciously recover our Netflix login details. Don’t be spoofed. You will know if Netflix really needs to reach you the next time you login to your Netflix app or account. Check out the one we got today.
Don’t fall for this one. If you have any doubts, contact your email provider directly by starting a new email message to your company or hosting company. Don’t reply to these phishing emails or you may risk the security of your machine.
This one comes from a Defend ID company and tries to lure people by fear into giving out their information. If in doubt, forward us the email and we can tell you if it is real or a scam. Forward the email to email@example.com.