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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...

Most Popular IT Security Blog Posts of the Month

 February 14, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

While the entire world is doused in love and mushy feelings on Valentine’s Day, cybercriminals are busy wrapping their evil plans. And in our ongoing effort to jeopardize all such plans, we are giving you a recap of some blog posts with the most insightful tips on online safety.  ...

GBP 800,000 from Google! Nope, it’s a Scam

 June 28, 2013

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Google helps you find answers to your questions; Google gives away apps for free; Google has an awesome hangout for you and your pals, but Google never pays you 800,000 British pounds! That’s right! One more online scam that has been making rounds on the Internet is the Google Award...

Know the Risks of Using ATM and Online Banking

 May 22, 2013

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

As convenient and user-friendly as the ATM (automated teller machine) and online banking services are, they have their own share of security risks. This blog entails the security risks of using ATMs and online banking, and discusses some valuable safety measures users can take. Risks Involved with ATMs The greatest...

Work from Home Scam

 May 20, 2013

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Yet another kind of social media scam that has come under the radar of security officials is the “work from home scam”. This blog explains how such scams work, and how can you steer clear from them. Work from home scams are mostly linked to people who are unemployed and...

Instagram: What you need to know – Part 2

 April 6, 2013

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

This post is in continuation with our previous post on Instagram and will discuss how you can control your privacy in the app. In Instagram the key word is ‘public.’ Once an Instagram profile has been created, anyone can browse these online profiles and “follow” other Instagram users. Here comes the...