LinkedIn has become an invaluable platform for professionals. People use it to connect, network, and explore business opportunities. But with its growing popularity have come some red flags. There has been an increase in the presence of fake LinkedIn sales bots.
These bots impersonate real users and attempt to scam unsuspecting individuals. This is one of the many scams on LinkedIn. According to the FBI, fraud on LinkedIn poses a “significant threat” to platform users.
In this blog post, we will delve into the world of fake LinkedIn sales bots.… Read the restRead More
Cybersecurity has become paramount for businesses and individuals alike. Cyber threats abound, and data breaches and malware attacks are costly. Attacks come from all sectors, including the cloud tools you use every day.
The average employee uses 36 cloud-based services daily. Managing access to sensitive data and resources has become crucial. It’s a vital piece to maintaining robust security. One breached account in a business app can lead to significant consequences.
Login credentials are lucrative for hackers. Various online accounts can be a goldmine on the dark web.… Read the restRead More
Your Google account has a lot of your personal data from your photos, emails, files, and maybe even passwords. To safeguard all that data, you must enable two-factor authentication or 2-step verification on your Google account. Authentication can be done only by your phone or security key. So even if someone knows your password, they cannot access your account as they do not have physical access to your phone or security key. It’s like having a physical key to lock your account.
In today’s digital landscape, cybersecurity threats continue to evolve. They pose significant risks to individuals and organizations alike. One such threat gaining prominence is zero-click malware. This insidious form of malware requires no user interaction. It can silently compromise devices and networks.
One example of this type of attack happened due to a missed call. That’s right, the victim didn’t even have to answer. This infamous WhatsApp breach occurred in 2019, and a zero-day exploit enabled it. The missed call triggered a spyware injection into a resource in the device’s software.… Read the restRead More