Have you been the victim of a scare scam or intimidation scam? As you can guess from the name, this type of scam uses frightening or threatening tactics, and preys on the victim’s fear. Learn what such a scam looks like and how you can avoid becoming a victim.
We’ve been alerted to a new – and fake – Bitcoin ransomware scam going around. You should be aware of it, especially if you’re a website owner.
Phishing scams pretend to be from someone you trust. They alert you to an alarming urgent issue, and encourage you to click on a link to log in. Phishing emails can be very sneaky and hard to recognize if you’re not looking for the signs. You can learn to identify phishing emails, like this Google Ads phishing scam.
Even if a very convincing phishing scam email arrives in your inbox, your internet browser may be able to protect you. Find out how.
Do you recognize phishing emails when they come in? Some will make it past your email’s spam detector, so you need to know how to recognize a phishing scam email.
How good are you at recognizing phishing scam emails? Practice makes perfect – take a look at this email we received, and see if you can spot the tell-tale signs that it’s a phishing email.
Phishing can be used for various types of scams – it is the easiest way for a hacker to gain access to your sensitive data. The best way to protect your organization is by learning to recognize phishing scams and avoid them.
Don’t be taken in by this SSL renewal scam email. It’s a phishing scam targeting website owners, like the domain renewal scam. Learn how to recognize it and protect yourself.
Phishing attacks can be successful because the emails may look convincing or because the person reading the email may be only skimming and skip over the email’s red flags. There is a phishing email making the rounds at the moment, targeting WordPress website owners. Learn how to avoid falling for these scams.