Cybersecurity Trends
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The Top 10 Cybersecurity Trends to Look Out for in 2020

The year 2019 saw great technological advances creating opportunities for businesses and individuals alike to prosper and thrive in a digital world. These very technological feats also saw increasing cyber threats of varying nature challenging

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How to Identify Spoofing Emails and Websites

As cybercrime continuously increases, we should be able to detect and avoid potential penetration of hackers to our privacy and accounts. While it is not always possible to detect such attacks, unless you are confronted

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Where You’ll Get Hacked [Infographic]

Have you or someone you know ever experienced having their bank account, email account or social network account get hacked? I do. Not me, but several people I know have had their accounts breached and

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Beware of Fake iTunes Receipt Emails

If you own an iPhone, iPod or iPad then you’re used to regularly receiving iTunes receipt emails on your inbox. Last week, my wife was surprised when she received an iTunes receipt in her email

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Google Adds Email Signing on Google Apps

Since 2004, Gmail has supported e-mail signing standards like DomainKeys and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) to validate mail with digital signatures and help users identify that the emails they receive are from verified senders like

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BlueHost Phishing Email

I received an interesting email earlier today from the PinoyBlogosphere mailing list. It was from a blogger named Louie and it was about an email he supposedly received from his hosting provider BlueHost asking him

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Friendster Phishing Scam

For those of you who have Friendster accounts, you might have noticed the growing number of spam messages and comments. This past few months, I’ve noticed a new breed of spam comments showing up on


PayPal Phishing Email

Yesterday, while I was checking my Gmail spam folder I came across an email that’s supposedly from PayPal. It says in the email that my PayPal account has been temporarily blocked because of several login