Windows users are advised to be on their guard, after a new malware campaign was spammed out posing as an email from UPS.
You shouldn’t judge a corporation by how it got hacked, but by how well it handles the aftermath and whether acts openly and respectfully to its customers.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
Popular websites including The Register, The Daily Telegraph, UPS, and others have fallen victim to a DNS hack that has resulted in visitors being redirected to third-party webpages.
What’s your favorite internet password?
How would you feel if a website asked you to tell it what your favorite internet password is?
Received a notification from United Parcel Service (UPS) that a parcel is winging its way to your door? Beware, it could be a spammed out fake anti-virus attack.
Malware can’t decide if it’s pretending to come from FDIC or UPS.
Just make sure you don’t open the malicious attachment named FDIC_Document.zip.