Internet users in New Zealand have reportedly received emails, spreading a sick hoax that claims an earthquake is predicted to hit the city of Auckland on Sunday, April 17th.
An email claiming to come from the British Red Cross, is actually designed to put money into a scammer's pocket rather than help victims of the Japanese tsunami.
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A hoax SMS text message claiming that radiation may hit the Philippines, following explosions that have rocked Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant, have caused such a problem that authorities in Manila have issued an official denial.
The last couple of days there have been a lot of headlines in the security press about a report by a firm called Matousec, which claimed that "today's most popular security solutions simply do not work." The attack method, dubbed Read more…