Google started the Safe Browsing program in 2006, which catalogs suspected malicious websites and warns people while browsing the web if they happen to come across a flagged site. Google is actively flagging up to 10,000 sites per day, and reports that through sharing this data with other browsers...
- Industry heavyweights including Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, and several others are joining forces to combat phishing and make email more trustworthy. Forming an initiative called DMARC -- short for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance -- their aim is to…
Gamers using Microsoft's Xbox Live service have become the latest target of online phishing attacks as news spreads like wildfire about fraudulent transactions appearing on the credit card statements of its users. Microsoft was quick to clarify their gaming platform had not been hacked.
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