Currently there is a manual fix for firefox, and Chrome has released a fix in their latest ‘Canary’ test release which should be released to the general public within the next few days. Until then, if you are unsure if you are on a real site and are about to enter sensitive information, you can copy the URL … Continue reading “Chrome and Firefox Users Beware of Tricky Phishing Attack!”
Have you ever received an email which says it is from you – but which you know you didn’t send? They probably look like spam, and will usually include an email address to reply to inside the message. We’ve been seeing emails like this, and they’re notoriously tricky to stop. Spammers ‘spoof’ your email address, … Continue reading “What is email spoofing?”
A new scam targeting Facebook page owners uses Facebook messages and a fake verification page to obtain user logins and passwords. The phishing scam begins with a Facebook message from a “Security Team” profile that uses Facebook’s security logo. The message tells admins that their page is in violation of terms of service and threatens … Continue reading “New Facebook scam targets page owners”
Facebook has seen some new Facebook phishing sites pop up this week. Their teams are working hard to stop their spread and get them shut down. Check out the information posted on the “Tips” tab on… Facebook Security and tell your friends!
If you see a message that says… (Your Friends Name) has faced some errors when checking your profile. View the errors message or a message that says… Error Check System or something else that you did not expect, and might not want to trust, it’s best to ignore them because reports share that they do nasty … Continue reading “Watch out for the black hats on Facebook!”