By being aware of these common online scams and taking precautions, you can protect yourself and your family from becoming victims this holiday season.
It’s not just the busiest shopping season. For scammers and fraudsters, it’s easily the busiest scamming season, too.
Are you ready to sit down for mashed potatoes and cringe-worthy dialogue? Neither are we. Get ready for the holidays with our list of conversation starters that will keep your family safer and keep you from sitting through an interrogation.
Explore the rise of malvertising in September. Learn about the latest tactics in malicious online ads and how to protect yourself.
Explore the alarming trend of AI-fueled financial scams on TikTok, where deepfake technology is exploited to mimic celebrities, luring users into cryptocurrency schemes that jeopardize their assets and trust in digital platforms.
An ease and familiarity with wide-ranging tech makes younger generations a bigger target for scams and malware.
Ever wonder if a loved one you’re sitting next to this year could be a cybercriminal? They’re probably not. But you can still familiarize yourself with the types of fraud that take place within the family, just in case.
The term doxxed is thrown around a lot online. But do you really know what it means?
Researchers at Avast have uncovered a romance scam that utilizes ChatGPT to increase the believability of their online dating conversations.