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How to recognize phishing email messages, links, or phone calls

  Safety & Security Center Phishing email messages, websites, and phone calls are designed to steal money. Cybercriminals can do this by installing malicious software on your computer or stealing personal information off of your computer. Cybercriminals also use social

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What is adware, spyware, and malware?

Security threats are everywhere. The threats we are focusing on this time are the inadvertently installed applications known as adware, spyware, and malware. If you use a computer that has access to the Internet then you are vulnerable to get

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Alert: Phishing Attempt

You may receive e-mails that ask for your account details. Please delete these e-mails, do not reply and remember – We will never ask for your username and password details in an e-mail. It is also a violation of the

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Alert: Phishing Attempt

You may receive e-mails that ask for your account details. Please delete these e-mails, do not reply and remember – We will never ask for your username and password details in an e-mail. It is also a violation of the

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Phishing Emails – An Overview

Phishing emails are fraudulent messages that are designed specifically to steal a user’s identity. Quite often, they appear to come from legitimate sources, making it difficult for users to determine their validity. A typical phishing email will ask for your

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Android Market now delivering malware, as well as updated Angry Birds?

From ZDNet, The biggest news at Google’s Honeycomb event last week was not the Honeycomb UI, but rather the updated Android Market. The Market is now web-based, making it utterly convenient to install applications across all of your Android devices,

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