Spambrella

2013
Wilmington, DE, USA

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Jan 24, 2020   |  By Spambrella
Hackers and cyber criminals have evolved social engineering tactics to trick unsuspecting individuals into divulging private information or valuable credentials. One such evolving tactic is typosquatting, a form of social engineering attack that tries to lure users into visiting malicious websites with URLs that are common misspellings of legitimate sites.
Jan 10, 2020   |  By Spambrella
Not only have Global banks stopped customers transacting or ordering currency from Travelex, many have stopped transactions with third party currency providers altogether. Lloyd’s, Royal Bank of Scotland, Tesco and Sainsbury’s all receive their currency from Travelex. It has been reported by Travelex that no customer data has been compromised although no report has been publicly provided to explain how this has been determined.
Dec 31, 2019   |  By Spambrella
Phishing is a broadly understood risk when it comes to internet security – it’s the process by which data thieves will attempt to infect your system with a virus by sending an authentic-looking communication that tricks the recipient into a clicking a malicious link. As phishing becomes a more established method of data theft and virus infection, however, data thieves are specialising – which leads to new terms.
Dec 17, 2019   |  By Spambrella
The largest hospital system in New Jersey said it paid an extortion fee to hackers who had disrupted medical facilities with a ransomware attack. A spokesperson for Hackensack Meridian Health, based in Edison, New Jersey said it was working to restore its computer systems following a Dec. 2 ransomware attack that forced administrators to cancel roughly 100 elective medical procedures.
Dec 11, 2019   |  By Spambrella
Email encryption is one of the most vital aspects of email security. It is the process of sending emails to a recipient by disguising the content of the message. The idea is to make it harder for third-parties, whom the content is not for, to read the content within the email. Email encryption will often include authentication that the receiver is the intended person to read the content.