The Australian Federal Police Are The Latest Target In Another Cryptolocker Scam

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 30 April 2015 02:08:00 AEST

It is the responsibility of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to protect us from crime. How ironic that in the latest fastbreak Cryptolocker email scam, cyber criminals have adopted the identity of the AFP and are using it to trick unsuspecting recipients into paying them money.

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The Key To The Best Malware And Spam Protection

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 27 February 2015 02:38:00 AEDT

Any business with a dedicated IT department has some kind of computer or network protection in place, starting with their on-premise protection such as desktop or gateway anti-virus. 

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Brazilian Zimbra Partner 4Linux Choose MailGuard Email Filtering To Ensure Privacy And Security For Their Clients

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Brazilian IT consultancy and support group 4Linux have formed a partnership with Australian company MailGuard.com.au – the trusted name in enterprise cloud email and web security.

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MailGuard Breaking IT News: Recent Tax Return Scam

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The latest fast-breaking phishing scam to hit email inboxes is purporting to be from the Australian Tax Office (ATO). The scam email stipulates that a revenue collection agency is working on behalf of the ATO to offer a tax refund to the email recipient. The email asks recipients to click on a link in order to claim the supposed ‘tax refund’ amount.

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Christmas Phishing Scams - The Gift That Keeps On Giving

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"It is the night before Christmas and you're curled up snugly in your house.
Not a thought of work to be had, though a stranger is working hard at their keyboard and mouse.
Pleasant dreams of holiday cheer and looking forward to a happy New Year, you rest peacefully without a care.
Oblivious to the fact - the last work email you clicked on, downloaded nasty, data-stealing malware."

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MailGuard Breaking IT News: Dropbox Phishing Email Scam

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 04 December 2014 00:31:00 AEDT

Today MailGuard caught a number of phishing emails purporting to originate from people who wish to share files via Dropbox. This is a typical feature of Dropbox which allows you to share files with friends and colleagues.

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Another Fake NSW Office of State Revenue Scam Hits Emails

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 12 November 2014 02:18:00 AEDT

Overseas based online scammers have sent out the most sophisticated looking phishing scam to date.

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MailGuard Breaking IT News: Fake ATO Tax Return Scam

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 22 October 2014 22:22:00 AEDT

Checking your emails at work, at home or on the go, here is the latest phishing email you need to be aware of.

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MailGuard Breaking IT News

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The MailGuard ninjas have been silently protecting customers from a spate of clever phishing emails. Take a look at these nasty critters MailGuard caught.

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Don’t Click That! Your Guide To Cyber-attacks And Tips For Being Cyber Safe Within Your Business

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on 05 September 2014 21:54:00 AEST

The internet has become an indispensable tool for everyday life, both personal and business. Its global use and familiarity has also opened the doors for cyber-criminals to take every opportunity to exploit vulnerable people through disturbing online attacks. Online scams and malware are also becoming increasingly sophisticated, and while IT professionals are aware of what to look for and how to fix problems when they arise, their colleagues may be confused by the latest scams discussed in the media. MailGuard has done the research and compiled a definitive list of the most common cyber threats, and the best tips that can be put in place in order to avoid becoming an easy target.

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Warning- Fake Telstra Phishing Scam Doing The Rounds

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Earlier this week MailGuard helped inform the public that a particularly malicious email (phishing scam) purportedly from Australia Post was doing the rounds.

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Phishing Scams- Catching Email Users Hook, Line and Sinker

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Another day and another sophisticated phishing scam has hit the headlines. This recent batch of file-encrypting ransomware including CryptoLocker, CryptoWall and CryptoDefense, and botnet kits like Zeus, are all deemed particularly nasty.

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Australian Company MailGuard Helps US Giant Zimbra to Enhance Security and Privacy for Business Email Users

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A complacent attitude when it comes to email and internet security soon adds up financially, with the Australian Federal Police estimating cybercrime is currently costing Australian businesses $4.6 billion a year. Concerns about cyber privacy and security have grown exponentially as the media spotlight is placed on the world’s largest email providers.

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Why Cloud-Based Email Filtering Is Superior To Using Onsite Applications

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 16 July 2014 21:22:00 AEST

Email filtering is the process by which email is sorted by specific criteria. In the case of email spam filtering, it means filtering out the unsolicited and unwanted emails which clog up your inbox and email server. With the vast number of emails sent and received on a daily basis, email filtering has become vital for processing incoming and outgoing emails in accordance with anti-spam techniques.

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MAILGUARD CUSTOMERS SAFE FROM HEARTBLEED BUG

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 10 April 2014 21:18:00 AEST
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