SECURITY


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How to know an Online Store is legitimate or they want to scam you ?

How to know an Online Store is legitimate or they want to scam you ?

How can I find out if an online store is legitimate ? How to Check the Reliability of Online Shops ? Shopping online is a great way to find what you want and to save money. But how do you... (Continue reading)

Make Money Online – Which Way?

Make Money Online – Which Way?

Ways To Make Money Online Paid To Review Paid to review websites pay for the reviews that would be useful for most of the cash back sites to make good amount of sales. All you have to do is take a... (Continue reading)

Internet and e-commerce industry in Sweden

Internet and e-commerce industry in Sweden

Sweden, a Nordic country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe, is the third largest country in the European Union in terms of area, populated by about 9.2 million people, with its capital in Stockholm. Sweden ranks first in... (Continue reading)

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Users Prefer Device Fingerprinting to Passwords

Users Prefer Device Fingerprinting to Passwords

Study finds 70 percent of respondents say they’d be willing to have their PCs and mobile devices authenticated by an online merchant before completing a transaction. The latest data protection and information security survey conducted by the independent Ponemon Institute suggests... (Continue reading)

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UBS was found involved in a securities fraud, ordered to post a $35 million bond

UBS was found involved in a securities fraud, ordered to post a $35 million bond

UBS was ordered to either pledge assets or post a $35 million bond after a Connecticut court found "probable cause" that the bank committed securities fraud in a deal with Pursuit Partners according to the reports of the hedge... (Continue reading)

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How US government gathers information about people crossing US borders

How US government gathers information about people crossing US borders

As is known every time a person crosses the borders of the United States it is assigned a "risk assessment" score by the Department of Homeland Security. Such an identification is linked to the government’s efforts to control terrorist... (Continue reading)

Facebook malware search may lead users to install fake anti-virus software

Facebook malware search may lead users to install fake anti-virus software

Searching for information about a supposed virus threat affecting Facebook might itself be hazardous. After hackers established websites posing as information about the supposed threat, which were actually designed to push scareware (fake anti-virus) software, searching for an application... (Continue reading)

Minnesota police charges 11 crooks in a credit card scam

Minnesota police charges 11 crooks in a credit card scam

Eleven people were charged with fraud in an elaborate, counterfeit credit card scheme in Minnesota. Eight of these defendants are at the custody at the moment while the other three are still being searched by the police. The criminal... (Continue reading)

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European agency expresses concern over 149% rise in ATM fraud

European agency expresses concern over 149% rise in ATM fraud

According to sources, Enisa, a European security agency, is calling on banks and law enforcement agencies in EU member states to raise awareness of cash machine safety issues following an alarming 149% rise in ATM attacks in 2008. The... (Continue reading)

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Inspector says SEC official’s relatives entrusted $2 million to Madoff scam

Inspector says SEC official’s relatives entrusted $2 million to Madoff scam

According to the agency’s watchdog, family members of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement official, whose unit got a tip in 2005 that Bernard Madoff may be running a Ponzi scheme, entrusted $2 million to the scam. Inspector... (Continue reading)


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