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CIMB Clicks is one of the most popular online banking service in Malaysia. It has official mobile apps for iOS and Android to allow customers to manage their bank account on-the-go. Apparently, a fake CIMB Clicks app called “CIMB Clicks Perbankan Internet” (no link for obvious reason) get passed Google Play store security check and […]
Mother’s Day 2013 is on May 12th. Symantec has observed an increase in spam messages related to Mother’s Day. The spam emails trick you to take product offers, survey, e-card, gift, etc. After clicking the link in the email, you will automatically redirected to a website with fake offers, where you are asked a few […]
WordPress has become the world’s most popular blogging system since its first released in 2003. It is now powering over 60 million websites worldwide. No surprise that WordPress becomes hackers’ attack target. Reported by TheNextWeb, there’s serious brute force attack against WordPress sites across the Internet. The requests, which are targeted at administrative accounts, appear […]
Easter Sunday fall on 31st March in 2013. Symantec Probe Network detected spam messages related to Easter that offer bogus offers. Users are adviced to be cautious when handling unsolicited or unexpected emails. Here are some of the email headers observed for Easter related spam: Subject: XXX, Get your Easter savings on all vehicles Subject: […]
Twitter has been hacked and attackers may have gained access to 250,000 user passwords which Twitter has reset passwords and send email to the users.
On 10 January 2013, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) issued a warning advising users to disable Java because a serious exploit found allows hackers to take control of users’ computers (Macs, PCs, Linux). While waiting for Oracle to release a Java update fix, Apple had quietly disabled Java on Macs by blacklisting […]
In the age of mobile banking one must protect their personal information more than ever. With increased freedom to carry online banking activities anytime and anywhere including on a laptop, desktop computer, tablet or smartphone, so comes an increase in the need to protect online privacy. We’re fortunate that a bank deposit, withdrawal, account transfer, […]
There were 1407 unit of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 stolen from the KLIA. Buying a stolen product is a crime. Learn how you can identify a stolen unit.