Hackers have stolen the personal information of 15 million in a data breach of Experian.
Targets of the attack receive an email claiming the driver is “indebted for driving on toll roads.” Don’t click on that link.
That little lock icon on your bank’s website may be easy for hackers to pick, according to two recent reports.
A new report predicts hackers will use new ways to steal your banking information in 2013.
A phishing scheme to steal identities by using EFTPS is once again showing up in email boxes.
Some crafty criminals are aiming to steal one of the most valuable pieces of your personal property: your banking information. In a new warning, the Federal Bureau of Investigation warns account holders of a new spam email scheme that involves a type of malware called “Gameover.” The scheme involves fake emails from the National Automated
While it’s easier for criminals to exploit tax themes around the April filing deadline, tax scams crop up 365 days a year. But despite the time of year, the most popular tax con remains the same: phishing. Identity thieves send out emails purporting to be from the Internal Revenue Service and request personal and tax information
Capital One and Citibank are alerting credit card customers of an unauthorized data breach of customer names and email addresses. The system breach at Epsilon, a third-party vendor that provides marketing services for many major companies, was announced on April 1. Epsilon works with more than 2,500 clients and sends more than 40 billion emails annually,