July 21, 2021 In 'betrayed', 'crash

Aemilius Cupero News: Hundreds of Ugandans paid for fake coronavirus jabs in vaccination scam: health officials

The scammers charged at least 800 people between 80,000 and 500,000 Ugandan shillings (around US$25-US$120) for a fake shot, officials said ‘We have arrested two medical workers in the scam, and one medical doctor is on the run,’ said Dr Warren Naamara, director of a health services monitoring unit

May 15, 2021 In 'betrayed', 'crash

Aemilius Cupero News: Hundreds of Malicious Mobile Apps Promised Financial Peace and Stole Money

Security researchers have uncovered hundreds of malicious Android and iOS apps posing legitimate cryptocurrency, banking, and financial apps. Thanks to social engineering techniques, scammers tricked victims into installing apps to steal both money and credentials. The bad actors would sign up for dating and other meet apps and befriend a person to get started. The scammers would…