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A new ESET report has confirmed that at least two fake cryptocurrency wallets were available for dow... | Read

As one of the crucial components of sustainable marketplaces is trust, DataVisor’s AI-powered ... | Read

Trezor has warned its customers against scams that use fake wallets to steal cryptocurrencies, as co... | Read

A neural network was used by US scientist to generate artificial fingerprints that work as a “... | Read

A notorious hacking gang has struck again, stealing almost USD 1 million from a Russian bank, a cybe... | Read

The US Department of Justice has warned users of a money laundering ring that uses fake Apple accoun... | Read

Many banks are failing to invest in capabilities needed to verify and validate the accuracy of their... | Read

More than one in three consumers is fooled by fake mobile banking app interfaces mimicking major blu... | Read

Next Caller, a US-based startup, has received USD 5 million to ward off the latest wave of fake acco... | Read

DomainTools has discovered 324 fake websites that appeared to be owned by five major UK banks, but w... | Read

Apple users targeted by fake invoice emails
25 Aug 2016 | World | News

Apple has warned its customers are being targeted in a series of new scams involving invoices c... | Read

Android malware masks fraudulent bank transactions
30 May 2016 | Russian Federation | News

Security company Trend Micro has discovered an Android malware which masks fraudulent bank transacti... | Read

A total of 41.3% of Chinese products sold online are counterfeit, a recent reseach study reveals.... | Read

Amazon is planning to protect its website from fake grassroots campaigns (astroturfing) by the use o... | Read

Alibaba gets sued by luxury companies
18 May 2015 | China | News

Alibaba has received a lawsuit from various luxury companies, including Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent... | Read

Zhang Mao, Minister of the State Administration of Industry & Commerce (SAIC), has claimed that ... | Read

Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns consumers to watch out when dealing with online coupons because t... | Read


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