December 1, 2021 In ​​, -anyos

Aemilius Cupero News: Netflix phishing scams are becoming more popular

In brief: With more people signing up to streaming services, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the less tech-savvy by using classic phishing techniques, tricking users into handing over their login credentials and payment information. Cybersecurity giant Kaspersky reports on the increasingly popular practice of using streaming services such as Netflix, Disney Plus, and Amazon Prime…

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December 1, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Aemilius Cupero News: Hashtag Trending Nov. 19

YouTube co-founder criticizes dislike count update, Ontario teen arrested for crypto scam, and Starbucks and Amazon team up for a new cafe. That’s all the tech news that’s trending right now, welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Friday, November 19th, and I’m your host, Tom Li.YouTube’s latest update is not going over well with the public…

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December 1, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Aemilius Cupero News: 3 Awesome Meme Coins You Probably Haven’t Heard Of

With the absurdly high amount of different meme coin projects on the market, it’s hard to find decent tokens that aren’t complete scams, pump and dumps, or straight up “rug pulls.” In this article, we hand picked 3 awesome meme coins that have a solid team, great project, and an overall bullish long-term outlook. While…

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December 1, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Aemilius Cupero News: Scam wedding planner victim ‘to get just £1.74 back’ after woman fleeces couples of £15k

Dana Twidale took more than £15,000 from couples, and another £42,000 from a man she met on Tinder, but has only been ordered to pay back £600Dana Twidale took more than £15,000 from couples, and another £42,000 from a man she met on Tinder (Image: MEN MEDIA)A scam wedding planner who conned 24 couples into…

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December 1, 2021 In ​​,  HSE

Aemilius Cupero News: Canadian teen nabbed in $36.5M crypto heist – possibly the biggest haul yet by a single individual

A Canadian teenager has been arrested for allegedly stealing $37 million worth of cryptocurrency ($46M Canadian) via a SIM swap scam, making it the largest virtual cash heist affecting a single person yet, according to police. Together with the FBI and the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force, Hamilton Police in the Canadian province…

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