Phishing emails promise free money! Have you alredy been a victim of fruad? Don’t fall for it.
Source: Action Fraud warns of fraudulent anti-fraud warnings posing as Action Fraud
Microsoft, Adobe and Apple have released security updates for products used on computers, smartphones, tablets and other systems including smartwatches.
Source: Microsoft, Adobe, Apple and WordPress provide updates to address security flaws | Stay Smart Online
Apple and Netflix customers are being targeted in a fake invoice e-mail scam duping them into handing over their bank details Rise in fake Apple invoices looking to steal card details of worried people E-mail says users have bought music or Netf
Source: Apple email scam alert that scares victims into thinking someone has used bank details | This is Money
Victims who have been defrauded in the past are being urged to stay alert after a number of reports of phishing emails claiming to be from City of London Police.
Source: Fraud victims warned of fake City Police email
Tempted to upgrade your old iPhone to a brand new iPhone 7? Learn what safety steps you should take before selling your old device. Via award winning cyber security expert Graham Cluley.
Source: Want the iPhone 7? Make sure you sell your old phone safely!
Emails claim that an attached file contains copies of some utility bills that you have lost over the last few months.
Source: “Last Few Months Utility Bills” Emails Contain Malware – Hoax-Slayer 2G
More than half of UK adults now own a smartphone. If you’re one of them, here are some tips to help keep you and your device safe and secure.
Source: Safer smartphones – keeping your device secure | Ofcom
Fraudsters are targeting college and university students ahead of the start of the new term with fake lettings in local accommodation, taking advantage of huge demand to collect fees upfront to secure a deposit.
Source: Students scammed into renting bogus houses and flats
Sound advice on Phone Scams and links to lots of other forms of scam too.
Source: Phone Scams – Consumer – Financial Fraud Action UK
Emails purporting to be from delivery company FedEx claim that a package sent to you has been taken to a local office because it could not be delivered due to an incorrect delivery address. They in…
Source: VIDEO – More FedEx “Incorrect Delivery Address” Malware Emails