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Criminals are using fake celebrity endorsements to lure people into making fraudulent investments, the public has been warned.Online ads and phishing emails featuring the rich and famous have been increasing in recent months, according to the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) who say they have taken down more than 300,000

Leading video conferencing providers are racing to update software in an effort to address security concerns including Zoombombing.Zoom is the latest to release a new update after it was revealed that widespread “Zoombombing” was taking place, where unauthorised people could hijack meetings by getting hold of meeting ID’s and either disrupting proceedings

Cyber criminals are already attempting to capitalise on fears about the Coronavirus, according to cyber security experts.A number of phishing emails have been uncovered around the world with the latest, reported by Sky News, targeting healthcare workers directly.The email scam, which has the subject line "ALL STAFF: CORONA VIRUS AWARENESS" and purports to

Fraud can be emotional as well as financial - and sometimes even both at the same time.Research into millions of online dating profiles showed that 10% of new profiles created were fake. So when you 'swipe right', how can you make sure the person is genuine?Romance scams are said to have collectively

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