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posted in November 2008

Cyber Monday Risk Factor: Employees Back At Their Desks, Ready to Shop!

11/25/2008
When everybody comes back to work next Monday, count on some of them spending at least a bit of the day surfing for online bargains. And some of them are going to be spending a lot of their time shopping -- some estimates place Monday's online shopping time as consuming more than half the workday. How much of that time also puts you and your network is up to you.

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As More Lose Jobs, More Job-Spam Scams On The Loose

11/20/2008
Spammers get their clicks by preying upon fear, among other things. And as unemployment levels rise, job, income and related concerns are becoming more common spam-prompts than ever.And prime among them are money-mule scams that try to rope people into laundering money from home.

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Economy Sinks, Phish Rise

11/18/2008
Shouldn't surprise anybody, but the worse the economy gets, the more aggressive the phishers become. Some new statistics show just how aggressive that is.

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Obama Wins Spam Race Too

11/7/2008
The spammers love a winner -- winners exploited in subject-lines make it easier for spammers to turn computer users into losers. Take a look at the still-growing volume of Obama-themed spam and spam-scams to see how the cybercrooks are handling the transition.

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