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Online fraud: 5 most common spammer tricks

The 5 most common ways spammers can trick you into paying them or giving up your personal information.

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How to delete your Twitter account (and back up your tweets)

Ready to delete your Twitter account? Here’s how. But you’d better back up your tweets first.

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DarkVishnya attacks from inside

Malefactors do not need to infect your computers with malware if they can just plug their devices right into your…

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Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 67

Dave and Jeff take a look at how promoting cryptocoins has backfired for two well-known celebs — and why hacked…

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Printers gone mad

50,000 printers worldwide suddenly printed a leaflet in support of youtuber PewDiePie. How can you protect your printer from hackers?

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Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 66

In this edition of the Kaspersky Lab podcast, Jeff sits down with David Jacoby to discuss the true value of…

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Why you should never reuse passwords

Designer Mark used the same password for all of his accounts — and lived to regret it. Here’s his story.

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Things of Internet: How smart devices fail because of their Web dependence

Smart home appliances are dependent on remote servers, apps, and other things, which can cause all kinds of trouble.

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A bad link in the cryptochain

A supply-chain attack against Copay cryptowallets through an open-source library enables bitcoin theft.

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Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 65

In this edition of the Kaspersky Lab podcast, we discuss some hot water for Facebook and LinkedIn, Bitcoin falling, German…

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Dangerous liaisons: How relatives and friends give away your secrets

Your online privacy does not depend solely on you. We’ll tell you what your loved ones can give away. (Spoiler:…

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WannaCry: Not dead yet

Our statistics show that WannaCry, far from fading away, was responsible for 30% of ransomware attacks in Q3 2018.

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The dangers of public IPs

We discuss what public IPs are, why you might need one, and the risks involved in using them.

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How to choose the right threat intelligence services

Resources for security professionals to analyze vendor capabilities across a wide variety of threat intelligence services.

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The Rotexy Trojan: banker and blocker

We take a look at the Rotexy mobile Trojan: where it comes from, how it behaves, and how to get…

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