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Beware of World Cup 2014 Online Streaming Services

 June 30, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Early this month, we had warned our readers about various FIFA World Cup scams. And as the football fever is rising frantically, hackers are now using fake online streaming services as the ultimate bait to trick fans into installing adware, spyware, Trojans and other malware on their devices. While many...

New Android Worm and Other IT Security News

 June 28, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Another week, another FIFA World Cup security threat, another Android worm and another Facebook privacy threat. Here are the latest developments in the IT and security industry from the week that just went by. 2 months and countless warnings later, Heartbleed is still a threat While Heartbleed was major news...

World Cup scams, trustworthy Twitter & other IT security news

 June 14, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Now that the FIFA World Cup is well and truly underway, something that a shell-shocked Spanish team would hesitantly affirm, it’s time for security vendors and users to come to arms as well. With a well-stocked arsenal of information about dangerous apps to avoid, phishing links to not click on...

FIFA World Cup 2014: Watch out for Malware Attacks and Scams!

 May 30, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Around the world, while billions of fans are anticipating the biggest sporting event in the world, malware artists are webbing plans to turn soccer fans into victims. The FIFA World Cup 2014 is two weeks away, and scammers are all prepped up to launch a fresh wave of attacks. Who’s...

This Week’s Latest IT Security News and Updates

 February 7, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Beware of Emails Containing Free FIFA Tickets Malware artists sure are opportunistic. News are up that they are using the FIFA bait to lure their victims. Reportedly, users are receiving emails notifying them that they have won free tickets to 20th FIFA World Cup. The emails contain links to a...