Today Cyberwarzone received multiple Tweets that contained a shortened hyperlink to the job-deals.com website. The first thing that was noticed quickly was that the usernames were all containing the same prefix. [name][number][random].
The profiles have no followers and they are not following anyone either. Weird.
The female rapper Nicki Minaj has been targeted by her boyfriend as he uploaded a sextape on the social media platform Facebook. In a couple of minutes the video had been shared over a thousand times and it looks like that the ex-boyfriend succeeded in his assault on Nicki Minaj.
If you are planning to buy a vehicle online, beware. Cyber criminals are posting ads on the Internet without pictures, providing photos only upon request. Sometimes these images are sent as attachments, other times as a link to an online gallery—but in either case, the photos can and often contain malware that infects the victim’s computer.
Yes. I sometimes take a look at an e-mail account that i use for signing up on random websites. This time I got an email on that account from a Bank Director. He tells me he wants to send me nineteen million us dollars. Wow! Why e-mail me? come bring it with an helicopter on my expenses!
Anyway this is the e-mail I received:
Today I opened an e-mail titled Regarding“ cyberwarzone”Brand. CWZ CYBERWARZONE is an registered company in The Netherlands so I thought it was an serious e-mail. I opened the e-mail and the following message was presented in the e-mail.
Letter to the President or Brand Owner, thanks)
Today I got a nice letter from "KUGH" the FBI. In the letter they warn me for getting multiple warnings and that this is the final warning im going to receive. I'm thrilled. Then the FBI tries to make me understand how many times they have tried to contact me. O'rly?
Well, I better stop because else this article will contain to much sarcasm.
This is a new spam e-mail that has appeared in my inbox. The letter contains a letter from the "FBI". It is the typical Nigerian scam e-mail.
LinkedIn users have been targeted by email scams after hackers leaked more than six million user passwords online.
Emails designed to look like they were sent by the social-network website asked users to "confirm" their email address by clicking a link.
However, the link took unsuspecting recipients to a site selling counterfeit drugs.
Dating website e-Harmony has also admitted that a "small fraction" of its users' passwords have been leaked.
The experts of Trusteer firm have discovered a new variant Zeus malware responsible of a series of attacks against principal internet service providers. The variant carried out attacks using the P2P network architecture targeting users of Facebook, Hotmail and Yahoo and Google Mail.
Ransomware is malware that locks up computers and demands payment for their release. A common ruse is to pretend that the malware is actually a ‘seizure’ by law enforcement agencies.
Trusteer has now discovered a new variant. Using the Citadel malware platform – itself a descendant of the Zeus trojan – the new malware is called Reveton and claims to have come from the US Department of Justice.