Posts Tagged ‘phishing’

Using Passwords Online

Monday, June 1st, 2009

 Today’s technologies allow staying online practically 24 hrs a day, periodically falling into a sleeping mode. The Internet became easily accessible and numerous devices can connect us to the web from everywhere, and every time when we surf the web we are being registered, at least via IP address of our devices. 

I bet it was more than once that you had to fill out a sort of name-company-position-email-telephone-whatever form when registering or subscribing to something. Do you think about preserving privacy of your information when leaving such data on someone’s website? (more…)

Week of Scams

Friday, May 15th, 2009

This week has witnessed several scams involving social sites. On Tuesday Twitter users posted answers to their online security questions for everyone to see. On Wednesday Twitter account of the New York Times was hacked, and on Thursday we witnessed a phishing attack on Facebook. (more…)