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Aemilius Cupero News: Cyber Security Today, May 31, 2021 – Canadians still fall for Windows support scams, new Nobelium attacks and another warning to Pulse Secure VPN users

Canadians still fall for Windows support scams, new Nobelium attacks and another warning to Pulse Secure VPN usersWelcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Monday May 31st. I’m Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity for ITWorldCanada.com. It’s a holiday weekend in the U.S., so if you’re tuning in thanks for listening.Canadians are getting smarter in refusing…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Cryptocurrency Related Scams Flood Tribunals in Spain

Spain has not been a stranger to the popularity of cryptocurrencies, and with this popularity, also comes the attention of people and organizations wanting to capitalize on the subject. Spanish tribunals have been flooded lately with lawsuits involving cryptocurrency scams related to bitcoin and ethereum based platforms, and the people using these to scam other…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Scammers make billions off of pandemic assistance funds

When a name such as disgraced football coach Joe Paterno, dead for nearly a decade, shows up on documents applying for a pandemic loan, it’s a pretty good red flag there’s something fishy going on. But authorities say that’s exactly what one scammer tried to do. Another stands accused of applying for dozens of unemployment…

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Aemilius Cupero News: How to Game on a PC When You Can’t Find a Graphics Card

The GPU shortage keeps getting worse, thanks to surging demand from gamers and cryptocurrency miners, alongside a host of other factors. Prices continue to skyrocket to satirical levels, and Nvidia says the shortage will likely last through all of 2021—which means you may not get that upgrade until next year at the earliest.That’s a long…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Scammers in China Sold Bottles of ‘NASA-Certified’ Water for $160 Each

Photo: Jonathan Chng, UnsplashAmong the most expensive liquids in the world, many have good reason to boast hefty price tags. But in a recent case in China, bottles of ridiculously priced “NASA-certified” water turned out to be just regular water, and part of a massive multi-level marketing scheme.Chinese authorities recently indicted a company named Zhongzichuanglian…

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Aemilius Cupero News: PhilSys national ID registration is free, and social media accounts charging fees are scamming you

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) has reminded the public that registering for the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) is free, and that social media accounts charging a processing fee are scams. “PhilSys registration is FREE. Even the PhilID (Philippine Identification) card is delivered directly to you by PHLPost (Philippine Post),” reads the post on the official…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Constitutional rights of black children

Commentary Newsday 15 Hrs Ago Theodore Lewis – THEODORE LEWIS SCHOOLING HERE is an extension of party politics. As a result, black children attend the worse schools. They are excluded from the best schools. For example, when Samsung offered the People’s Partnership the opportunity to convert two secondary schools into model technology-driven schools, then prime…

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May 31, 2021 In 'betrayed', 'crash

Aemilius Cupero News: Major British Bank Natwest Alerts Customers With Tips to Avoid Cryptocurrency Scams

Major British bank Natwest has launched an alert to urgently warn its customers of cryptocurrency scams, which have been on the rise. The bank has provided several tips for customers “thinking of investing in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies” on how to spot scams involving cryptocurrencies. “If you ignore the above advice, you could lose all…

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Aemilius Cupero News: 200 held for livestream app fraud

More than 200 suspects have been caught for allegedly running an Internet scam on a livestreaming app, Shanghai police said yesterday.Police in Baoshan District began an investigation after a man surnamed Zhang reported the case.Zhang said he had fallen in love with a woman on an online games website and was told she was a…

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Aemilius Cupero News: BitConnect promoters face a lawsuit by SEC following a $2 billion crypto scam

You are here: Home / News / BitConnect promoters face a lawsuit by SEC following a $2 billion crypto scam May 29, 2021 by Sahana Kiran The Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] of the United States has reportedly hit five people part of the BitConnect Ponzi scheme with a lawsuit. The crypto-verse isn’t new to…

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