SophosLabs sent us several examples of spam messages received in the last few days that said, rather worryingly:. The subject lines, message layout and meeting descriptions vary slightly, but the basic idea is the same. However, you do end up on an HTTPS padlock showing web page, as you would expect, and the login page is almost pixel perfect:. Remember that access to your email account is likely to be worth a lot more to the crooks than your Zoom account would be, for the important reason that your email account is probably the way you go about doing password resets for many of your other accounts. Whatever we entered as our password on the fake site, we ended up redirected to a genuine and vaguely relevant Zoom help page, as though something went wrong and perhaps we should simply try again:.
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Maybe just don't take them in the first place! While the following may not make your data completely impenetrable, these eight privacy recommendations do offer another layer of protection:. This is a very simple action that most people probably already do. However, I dare you to take it to the next level. Make your unlock password more than just a four-digit code. Instead, set it to be a more complex password, like the one you probably use for Gmail or Facebook. Andriod and iPhones both offer this capability.
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Over the weekend, researchers at cybersecurity intelligence firm Cyble came across a database with m Facebook user profiles being sold on the Dark Web. The records also included full names, email addresses, phone numbers, timestamps for last connection, relationship status and age. How did the data get leaked? Diachenko partnered with the tech comparison site Comparitech on this work last month. Comparitech said that the database was exposed for nearly two weeks, available online with no password protection, before it was taken down.