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'Can you hear me?': New phone scam tricks you into answering 'yes'
Describes a new telephone scam being run in North America, wherein a recording of one's voice saying the word 'yes' is used to defraud victims.
Sequencing fraud on 9 CIBC Visa cards like 'Groundhog Day' for Ottawa man
Alex Pavlovic has been living what he calls "a Groundhog Day with the bank," after his CIBC Visa card was compromised and cancelled nine times in just a few months — sometimes before Pavlovic could ac...
Won't Get Fooled Again
Bank fraud is a bigger problem than I had ever realised. Experts suggest one in four of us will be directly affected by bank fraud at one point or another, while millions and millions of pounds is pum...
Cybethieves, Cybercops and You
Investigative research into a hackers' cybermarket where cyberthieves exchange tricks and tips. The author finds the individuals who founded the site and also tackles the problem of policing these cri...
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