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Contact-tracing data harvested from pubs and restaurants being sold on - 11 octobre 2020
Companies collecting data for pubs and restaurants to help them fulfil their contact-tracing duties are harvesting confidential customer information to sell. Legal experts have warned of a “privacy crisis” caused by a rise in companies exploiting QR barcodes to take names, addresses, telephone numbers and email (...)

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Anthem warns U.S. customers of email scam after data breach - 9 février 2015
Health insurer Anthem Inc on Friday warned U.S. customers about an email scam targeting former and current members whose personal information was suspected to have been breached in a massive cyber attack. The No. 2 U.S. health insurer said on Wednesday that hackers breached its computer system containing data on (...)

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Nouvelle arnaque destinée aux utilisateurs de Googe Chrome - 21 novembre 2012
Une application Google Chrome pirate recueille des identifiants et crée des blogs aux noms de ses victimes afin de se diffuser encore plus vite. Décelée par Bitdefender, l’application Google Chrome qui promet de modifier la couleur des comptes Facebook récupère en fait des cookies d’authentification et génère des (...)

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Australian death threat text scam under investigation - 24 juillet 2012
Thousands of Australians have received a "death threat" text, demanding they pay 5,000 Australian dollars ($5,140, £3,311) or face being murdered. The scale of the scam has surprised the police authorities. At a press conference in Queensland, Det Supt Brian Hay said : "Do not respond. Delete it immediately and (...)

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Kickstarter video game project exposed as a scam - 7 mai 2012
Crowdsourced funding site Kickstarter has suffered its first publicised scam. An effort to raise cash for a role-playing video game was exposed as a fraud by users of Reddit, Something Awful and other sites. The project had $4,739 (£2,922) in pledges out of a target of $80,000 at the point it was pulled by its (...)

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Arrests over £1m student loan phishing scam - 9 décembre 2011
Police say students on government loan schemes conned into revealing bank details, which were then used to withdraw money Six people have been arrested over a £1m online phishing scam in which money was stolen from the hacked bank accounts of hundreds of students. Scotland Yard said a criminal network targeted (...)

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Xbox Live users hit by phishing attacks - 23 novembre 2011
Fraudulent transactions on the accounts of users of the Xbox Live service spur Microsoft and EA Sports to address the scam Gamers have been hit by a fresh wave of hacking attacks "“ and this time, most worryingly, targeting their accounts on Xbox Live, Microsoft’s closed, proprietary and therefore supposedly (...)

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Some Xbox Live users targeted in online phishing scam - 22 novembre 2011
Xbox Live users are being urged to check their accounts after some say they were scammed by a fake email. The phishing attack sent users to a fake website where they were asked to input personal details like addresses, emails and credit card details. Microsoft is investigating but doesn’t know how many users are (...)

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Lawyer denies Greek piracy ’scam’ - 21 juillet 2011
A lawyer whose firm demanded money from alleged illegal downloaders in the United Kingdom has denied re-starting the scheme in Greece. Andrew Crossley told the BBC that e-mails sent out in the name of ACS:Law were a scam and nothing to do with him. The messages accuse their recipients of file sharing and demand (...)

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Premium phone number scam touted via Google results - 4 mars 2011
Millions of people using Google and other search engines to find information are being "scammed" into phoning expensive premium-rate phone numbers, the watchdog PhonepayPlus has warned. A growing number of websites have emerged urging customers to unwittingly call £1.50-a-minute phone lines for information, such (...)

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Facebook Dislike button scam spreads virally - 17 août 2010
Have you seen a message like this on Facebook ? I just got the Dislike button, so now I can dislike all of your dumb posts lol !! If so, don’t click on the link. It’s the latest survey scam spreading virally across Facebook, using the tried-and-tested formula used in the past by other viral scams including (...)

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’Scareware’ scams trick searchers - 22 janvier 2010
Makers of fake anti-virus software are exploiting search engines to drive people to sites peddling ’scareware’. Using popular and mis-spelled search terms, the criminals divert people to sites that are seeded with fake warnings about virus infections. The pop-up warnings claim that a visitor’s PC is riddled with (...)