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[caption id="attachment_94371" align="alignright" width="320"] This eerie image is connected to the alleged Momo challenge causing panic among parents.[/caption] Editor’s Note: This blog post includes disturbing content and mentions of suicide. Internet challenges have been going on for years. They can be fun and harmless, or they can be dim-witted and even deadly. The latest challenge ...
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Each year, internet users lose billions of dollars to online scams, using clever ploys to trick us out of our information and money. By offering prizes, referencing current events, or just creating a sense of urgency, scammers know how to get us to click when we really shouldn’t. Check out these recent scams, so you ...
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Online gaming has grown exponentially in recent years, and scammers have taken note. With the industry raking in over $100 billion dollars in 2017 alone[1], the opportunity to funnel some money off through fraud or theft has proven irresistible to the bad guys, leaving gamers at greater risk. From malware and phishing scams, to phony ...
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It's 2019 and technology is becoming more sophisticated and prevalent than ever. With more technology comes greater connectivity. In fact, by 2020, there will be more than 20 billion internet-connected devices around the world. This equates to more than four devices per person. As we adopt new technology into our everyday lives, it’s important to consider ...
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You're scrolling through Facebook and receive a message notification. You open it and see it's from Volkswagen, claiming that the company will be giving away 20 free vehicles before the end of the year. If you think you're about to win a new car, think again. This is likely a fake Volkswagen phishing scam, which ...
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