10+ Dating Scam Signs - Making Sense of Security

Top 10 + Dating Scam Signs

Top 10 + Signs of Dating Scammers Many people everyday going looking for love in the most convenient way – online dating apps. Just like the users on such dating services, there are so many dating sites to choose from. These love connection makers offer specialization to find love within various age groups, interests, religion, family, pets and even food preferences. There is a large sea of fish out there on the romance apps. And there is even a larger amount of fake imposters pretending to be looking for love. They are scammers. And many may have encountered one. Whether you know it or not. You may also know someone who you believe is being or has been baited...

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5 Signs You’re Being Catfished on Tinder

  5 Signs You’re Being Catfished on Tinder –  What You Need to Know and What You Can Do About it Thanks to advancing technology, the use of dating apps has made it possible to meet the love of your life. In fact, it’s more common than you think, with 1 in 5 relationships now beginning with an online encounter.  Unfortunately, the Internet has also made it possible to meet someone who can also ruin your life. As if we don’t have enough to worry about with stalking, catfishing has been happening more often than some may like to admit.  Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning we may earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase...

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Website or hacker trap? Here’s how to tell

How to know if the website is a hack According to defectors, North Korea’s cyber army has about 7,000 hackers. Their job is to wreak havoc on the country’s enemies. Recently, North Korean hackers targeted cybersecurity researchers in the U.S. North Korean hackers set up a fake cybersecurity company called SecuriElite. They also created fake social media accounts on Twitter and LinkedIn. Their goal was to trick cybersecurity experts into visiting the fake company website. The website was booby-trapped with malware that exploited the victim’s browser. The website claims the company is an offensive security company located in Turkey. The hackers created a blog and profiles on websites to build trust with their targets. Their goal was to attack...

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Who loves tax season besides accountants? Hackers

Who loves tax season besides accountants? Hackers  It’s tax time in the United States, and even if you’re pretty sure you did everything right, you’re worried. Did I file correctly? Did I claim the right deductions? Will I get audited? Unfortunately, tax season brings out scammers eager to take advantage of your anxiety. The tax scam landscape First, know that you’re probably doing a good job with your taxes. Less than 2% of returns get audited and most discrepancies or adjustments can get handled easily if you address them promptly. Still, wariness of the IRS and intricate tax laws makes for ripe pickings when it comes to hackers, who prey on people’s fear of audits and penalties. Common scams...

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A Can of Phish Bait: from Surveys to Rule Changes to Your Boss’s Boss

Employees need to continue being wary of phishing scams as they begin to return to the office, according to Roger Kay at INKY. Kay describes several phishing templates that INKY has intercepted in recent months, including one that informed recipients that they needed to fill out a compliance form related to COVID-19 risks. “Reasonably well written, this email, apparently from the human resources department at the target company, actually came from phishers located in the United Kingdom,” Kay writes. “There are elements that might strike the recipient as strange. For example, the phrase ‘recuperating favorably’ is a bit off. Noncompliance is spelled ‘non-compliance.’ And ‘these guide and policies’ has an agreement-of-number problem. But otherwise, it’s a pretty good fake,...

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