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PayPal accounts are getting abused en-masse for unauthorized payments

Hackers have found a bug in PayPal’s Google Pay integration and are now using it to buy products online and incur unauthorized charges to PayPal accounts. Click here to view

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Recent ransomware attacks define the malware’s new age

By 2018, the ransomware boom seemed to have peaked. But over the past 24 months, shifts in hacker tactics have resulted in a resurgence of ransomware attacks Click here to

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“Chinese forex regulator SAFE’s blockchain cross-border financing pilot continues expansion “

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, China seems to be going forward to achieve its blockchain ambitions.Xuan Changneng, vice director of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, recently revealed that 87 businesses

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Rutter’s store chain discloses security breach involving POS malware

Security breach impacts locations in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. US store chain Rutter’s disclosed a security breach today. The company says hackers gained access to its stores’ network system and

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Cryptocurrency crime losses more than double to $4.5 billion in 2019

Cryptocurrency users, exchanges and investors suffered $4.5 billion in crypto-related losses resulting from thefts, hacks, and fraud, a CipherTrace report reveals. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

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CYBERCRIME: HERE ARE 10 TIPS THAT CAN HELP YOU STAY SAFE IN THE DIGITAL WORLD

We live in the age of digital fraud. In the last three financial years, the RBI reports that India has been the target of thousands of digital fraud schemes. Unfortunately,

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Google Confirms It Paid Hackers $6.5 Million Last Year To Help Keep The Internet Safe

Paying hackers is no bad thing. Which is why PayPal recently paid $15,300 (£11,700) to one, Tesla is offering $500,000 (£380,000) to any that can hack a Tesla Model 3, and Apple is prepared to

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Mastercard Announces $510 Million Cybersecurity and Tech Innovation Facility in Vancouver

Mastercard and the Government of Canada have announced a new $510 million facility for the city of Vancouver that will focus on cybersecurity and tech innovation. Click here to view

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How Small Businesses Can Improve Cybersecurity Without Breaking the Bank

While organizations of all sizes have benefited from the efficiencies and conveniences of taking their business digital, it’s not without risks. Cybersecurity in today’s hyperconnected world is a necessity for

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Fraud Is Eroding The Customer Experience

Are you worried about fraud? Concerned about giving out your credit card number or Social Security number over the phone—or to an AI (Artificial Intelligence)-fueled bot? You’re not alone. According