Auckland earthquake email hoax debunked by New Zealand media

Internet users in New Zealand have reportedly received emails, spreading a sick hoax that claims an earthquake is predicted to hit the city of Auckland on Sunday, April 17th.

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Don’t fall for Japanese Tsunami charity scams

An email claiming to come from the British Red Cross, is actually designed to put money into a scammer’s pocket rather than help victims of the Japanese tsunami.

Make sure you don’t fall for a cybercriminal scam.

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Fukushima radiation hoax SMS message spreads in Philippines

A hoax SMS text message claiming that radiation may hit the Philippines, following explosions that have rocked Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant, have caused such a problem that authorities in Manila have issued an official denial.

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Japanese Tsunami Launches Whale Into Building? It’s a Facebook clickjack scam

Sick-minded scammers are up to their dirty tricks again, trying to make a quick buck out of the Japanese earthquake and subsequent tsunami which has shocked people around the world.

This time they promise a video of a whale launched into a building by the power of the tsunami.

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KHOBE ‘vulnerability’: is this game over for security¬†software?

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

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