The online accounting platform, Xero, has been brandjacked in a new phishing attack.
MailGuard has intercepted an email scam using fake Xero branding to deceive victims into submitting their Microsoft login data to a phishing site.Read More
If you’re an international criminal selling guns, trafficking dope or running email scams, one of the big problems you’re going to encounter on a regular basis is how to move your money around. A few years ago Bitcoin was the cybercriminal’s favourite means of shifting funds but governments have started to monitor and regulate cryptocurrency now, so it’s not as easy as it used to be. But crooks can always be counted on to find creative ways of moving their money around and the latest racket they’ve come up with involves online computer games.
The persistent rise of cryptocurrency is changing the internet in a variety of ways, and although it’s relatively early days there's already been some high profile cryptocurrency fraud incidents. As soon as a new technology hits the www, scammers move in to grab what they can, and crypto is no different.
You may have heard of the ‘dark web’ but to most of us it’s just a sinister sounding name. For the world of organised crime though, the dark web is a one-stop robbing shop. It’s a place where crooks can buy ready-made software for extortion, fraud, and intelligence gathering.Read More
In the early hours of this morning a new email phishing scam emerged, impersonating Microsoft Office 365.
The attack consists of a deceptively simple HTML email message, telling the recipient that their email account is over quota and that they need to upgrade their plan.Read More
The headline and subheader tells us what you're offering, and the form header closes the deal. Over here you can explain why your offer is so great it's worth filling out a form for.