April 11, 2022 In ​​, -anyos

Beware! Scammers hacked an Indian Website with a Fake Azuki NFT Airdrop

You are here: Home / News / Crypto Scam / Beware! Scammers hacked an Indian Website with a Fake Azuki NFT Airdrop April 10, 2022 by Lipika Deka Twitter scammers are on a hunting spree for verified accounts. This time it targeted the official Twitter handle of India’s University Grants Commission [UGC] on 10th April.…

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The Long Shadow of the ‘Nigerian Prince’ Scam

In November 2021, Oluwaseun Medayedupin was arrested by the Nigerian police in Lagos. An investigation found that he had been pursuing “disgruntled employees” from American companies and pushing them to release ransomware on internal enterprise servers, offering a percentage of the cut if they agreed to collaborate in the attack. This was a sophisticated social…

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BOE’s Andrew Bailey Says Crypto Is the ‘New Front Line’ for Scams

Job of tackling fraud against consumers ‘will never be done’Says some crypto users aren’t cooperating on Russian sanctionsA customer selects a purchase on the screen of an ATM.Photographer: Angel Garcia/BloombergApril 4, 2022, 11:52 AM UTCCryptocurrencies are the new “front line” in criminal scams that regulators are trying to prevent, Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said.Speaking…

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April 10, 2022 In ​​,  HSE

Fake Azuki Holders Target Crypto Beginners In New NFT Scam

CryptoTwitter is currently being hijacked by NFT scammers who want to make a quick buck via Azuki NFTs. So if you’re promised free Azuki NFTs, it’s probably a scam.The Azuki project is the latest NFT project to be targeted by scammers.About the latest Azuki scamScammers are hijacking the Twitter account of reputable individuals, changing their…

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A college exam taker gets prison and a coach is convicted in the admissions scam

Mark Riddell arrives at federal court in Boston on April 12, 2019. The former Florida prep school administrator took college entrance exams for students in exchange for cash to help wealthy parents get their kids into elite universities. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption toggle caption Charles Krupa/AP Mark Riddell arrives at federal court in Boston on…

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