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Potential Risk for Gmail Users On iOS Devices

What It Is A vulnerability has been reported for Google’s Gmail iOS app that would allow for an attacker to intercept all email communications through a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack. The MitM attack allows a third party to intercept your data before it is received by the designated recipient. Additionally, if an attacker can trick your device into […]

Watch Out for New PayPal Phishing Attempt

  It is possible that the information used in these phishing emails may come from the eBay breach that occurred earlier this year.  This phishing attempt contained both a PayPal address and a company name that are on file for a specific account. “Phishing mails always start with a generic ‘Dear customer’ or ‘Dear Client,’ […]

Credit Card Breach at P.F. Chang’s Bistro

It has been reported that P.F. Chang’s China Bistro is investigating a possible data breach involving credit card data reportedly stolen from locations nationwide. On June 9, thousands of stolen credit cards went up for sale at an underground store known for selling credit cards associated with the Target breach earlier this year. Banks have […]

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