Archive for July, 2011

Security News: Google AdWords Phishing Attack

Security News: Google AdWords Phishing Attack

If you are currently running ad campaigns using Google AdWords, you may have received an email that your Google AdWords campaign may have stopped running. The email is not from Google, it is a phishing scam trying to trick users into visiting a bogus website that looks just like the Google AdWords login page. If […]

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Exploiting Amy Winehouse Death

Exploiting Amy Winehouse Death

It is really low when scammers try to peddle their online scams in wake of a death of a young superstar. Scammers wasted no time sending out exploits to prey on Amy Winehouse fans. There are five known scams exploiting the death of Amy Winehouse according to Anti malware experts. One of which has been […]

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Google Plus Users Grow to 18 Million

Google Plus Users Grow to 18 Million

Google+ is still in beta and only a small user base has the privilege of giving it a long test drive, but it made a huge splash amongst iPhone users – more on that in a bit. According to one analyst, Google+ user base is just under 18 million. During a Thursday earnings call, Google […]

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Email Marketing – Protecting Client Emails

Email Marketing – Protecting Client Emails

If you send email campaigns to your clients, I hope these are clients who previously opted in to your services or products. It is unethical to solicit, harvest emails for your own benefit and gain. If you frequently use email marketing as your main source for communicating to your client base, it is very important […]

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Facebook Charging Fees?

Facebook Charging Fees?

What if Facebook were to turn off or abbreviate certain features of its popular social network, would you be willing to pay for full access? Let’s say that 10% of the 700 million users were willing to pay a reoccurring monthly fee of $2.99 to enable all features in full. This would equate to almost […]

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Social Networking Dangers – Do You Know Your Friends Well?

Social Networking Dangers – Do You Know Your Friends Well?

Internet Security will always be a concern, and as more and more social networks emerge, identity theft is becoming more easier than ever. “Tweeting Thieves” may become the next generation’s new label for “hacker” – and the catch is you don’t need the expertise to recover data from hard drives in order to do it! […]

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Scammers Using Military to Phish Information

Scammers Using Military to Phish Information

It is so pathetic that these cyber crooks are using our military to phish information from people. This is one of the most unethical tactics to steal information from people. I wish there was a law for such scams that would lock these people up for life. I received an email purporting to be from […]

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Casey Anthony Verdict at 2:15 PM Eastern Time

Casey Anthony Verdict at 2:15 PM Eastern Time

2:20 PM – NOT GUILTY of everything except lying to police. 2:18 PM – Casey Anthony found not guilty of 1st degree murder. Not guilty to aggravated child abuse. 2:16 PM – Jury is present. 2:14 PM – Judge speaks and asks for jury to return to court room. 2:14 PM – Everyone is rising. […]

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Casey Anthony Verdict Watch Trumps Everything Else

Casey Anthony Verdict Watch Trumps Everything Else

If you have been glued to the TV these last 6 weeks, you are not alone. Casey Anthony, who is accused of murdering her 2-year-old daughter (Caylee in June 2008) now waits for a verdict from the jury. What has been named as the trial of the century is now in its 2nd day of […]

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Safe and Secure Online Horse Betting

Safe and Secure Online Horse Betting

Today, many people who like to gamble on horse racing are skeptical about sharing information with online horse betting sites and mainly due to all the scams that have blossomed over the last 10 years. There are in fact, safe and secure sites horse players can trust. These sites are not only secure, but are […]

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