Scammers Using Free Fake Conference and a Fake Hotel

This post is about the free conference and travel offer fraud from seccorganization.org and goldenwilliamdallashotel.com sites. This article is for you, if you received such email or are a victim of this scam. Scammers are now getting a little more sophisticated and registering multiple fake websites to make a scam look real. Recently, one email Read more about Scammers Using Free Fake Conference and a Fake Hotel[…]

Hackers Use Phony WiFi to Steal Company Data

Hackers are using phony WiFi networks to hack into employee or guest computers  to steal sensitive information. Hackers go to a company location that they want to hack and setup their phony WiFi network with a name that matches any existing company WiFis. An unaware employee or company guest mistakenly joins the phony WiFi network Read more about Hackers Use Phony WiFi to Steal Company Data[…]

Fraud Alert: DHS OIG Hotline Telephone Number Has Been Used in Scam

DHS OIG hotline telephone number has been used in scam to obtain personally identifiable information. The perpetrators of the scam represent themselves as employees with “U.S. Immigration” and can alter caller ID systems to make it appear that the call is coming from the DHS OIG Hotline telephone number (1-800-323-8603). Stay safe using the following Read more about Fraud Alert: DHS OIG Hotline Telephone Number Has Been Used in Scam[…]

Tax Refund Phishing Scam Emails – One of them Appears To Be Coming from HMRC

Multiple tax refund phishing emails are circulating over the web. Stay away from them and don’t open them unless you are sure. One of such phishing emails is listed below. See  Email handling recommended practices. NEVER CLICK ANY LINK IN THE TAX REFUND PHISHING EMAIL. This is how a currently circulated tax refund phishing email looks like: Email Read more about Tax Refund Phishing Scam Emails – One of them Appears To Be Coming from HMRC[…]