Tax crooks don’t take the summer off. Some are out there now with a phishing scheme that pretends to come from tax software providers. Don’t fall for it!
Use tax software? Then you could be a target of phishing scams seeking to steal your identity this filing season.
A phishing scam helped expose tax and bank information for 1,400 university employees. Several suspects have been arrested.
Names, addresses and voting records were among the exposed voter information.
Tax professionals are the latest tax phishing target. But all sorts of scams, particularly related to charitable giving, pop up this time of year. Be careful out there!
Watch out for emails that seem like job recruitment ads for local big-box stores. It could be a phishing scam.
How can you tell when an electronic greeting card is really a phishing scheme?
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.