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Remove myntre.org telenet spam from iPhone, iPad and Mac

Remove myntre.org telenet spam from iPhone, iPad and Mac

A new malware campaign primary targeting iPhone and iPad users is underway. The heads-up for the victims is that their web browser repeatedly forwards the traffic to myntre.org site for no apparent reason. The issue is serious because it’s not only the nuisance effect that the infected users experience, but it’s also about identify theft. Here’s an analysis of this campaign and effective cleaning tips.

John Dee
John Dee
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“Congratulations you won” virus popups removal from iPhone, iPad and Mac

“Congratulations you won” virus popups removal from iPhone, iPad and Mac

Everyone likes the sensation of being a winner, whether it’s a sports achievement, a lottery, or an unexpected freebie from a popular online service. Cybercriminals know it perfectly well. It comes as no surprise that there are numerous scams making the rounds that exploit the subject, such as the “Congratulations you won” popup virus campaign hitting iPhone, iPad and Mac owners.

John Dee
John Dee
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What is Apple Pay and how does it work?

What is Apple Pay and how does it work?

In this article, I describe the Apple contactless payment service, included the security features it comes with. Apple Pay service is designed to simplify the process of buying and selling. Instead of using a plastic card or cash, any purchase can be made using an Apple device. A transaction can be initiated when the user brings the device (an iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch) close to a contactless terminal. After that, a message appears on the screen providing details...

David Balaban
David Balaban
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Apple.help@post.com / apple.help@europe.com email scam: unlock hacked Mac

Apple.help@post.com / apple.help@europe.com email scam: unlock hacked Mac

When it comes to compromising Apple devices, black hat hackers are confronted with elaborate security barriers. Some call it quits and repurpose their attacks to zero in on machines running Windows, while others persist and contrive frauds like the apple.help@europe.com or pass.apple@mail.com ransom attacks. Learn how this malware works and what to do if your Mac device ends up locked this way.

John Dee
John Dee
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Get rid of iPhone virus warning popup scam

Get rid of iPhone virus warning popup scam

In terms of the present-day cybercriminal techniques, manipulating humans is almost as effective as exploiting software vulnerabilities. Threat actors know perfectly well about most users’ apprehension of digital viruses, therefore social engineering frauds typically revolve around keywords like “virus”, “malware”, or “security problem” to turn that sensitive switch on. This is exactly the case with the recent iPhone virus popup scam.

John Dee
John Dee
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Unlock.device@mail.com ransom scam: How to unlock hijacked iPhone, iPad or MacBook

Unlock.device@mail.com ransom scam: How to unlock hijacked iPhone, iPad or MacBook

Blackmail is becoming the scourge of the present-day online world, mostly due to the ubiquity of ransomware. Crypto infections, though, are chiefly the prerogative of threat actors who focus on targeting Windows, although a few Mac samples have been spotted this year as well. Hackers who zero in on Apple devices prefer an easier route, such as the unlock.device@mail.com screen locking fraud.

John Dee
John Dee
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