Should you trust the security notice you have just been emailed, telling you to watch out for scam emails and to use hard-to-crack passwords?
Have you received an email from DHL about a failed package delivery?
Please remember to be on your guard. Cybercriminals are once again up to their old tricks.
Malware campaigns spammed out in the last 24 hours have pretended to be breaking news stories from the likes of CNN and the BBC.
Online criminals have spammed out messages, claiming to come from DHL Express International, that are designed to install malware onto the computers of unsuspecting PC users.
Do you want to be one of the first people to get your hands on Google's internet-enabled Glass technology?
If so, be careful to keep an eye open for scammers and spammers.
Heads up folks!
A seaside hotel in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, has become the unwilling participant in a widespread malware attack spammed around the world. Don't be fooled into infecting your PC.
Germans bombarded in malware attack, shipment firm caught in crossfire forced to suspend email address
A hard-hitting malware attack is hitting German email inboxes, and causing a headache for an innocent shipment firm mentioned in the messages.
A cybercriminal attack uses the fear of vulnerabilities and malware infection to trick users into unwittingly compromising their Windows computers.
USA! USA! USA! is back on top as the world’s leading spam-relaying country.
See what other countries top our 'dirty dozen' list and get the latest spam stats from SophosLabs.
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Here's the latest Naked Security podcast, Sophos Security Chet Chat 103, discussing a range of recent and newsworthy topics from the world of computer security.
Flooded with phishing attacks, which staff and students were falling for, the IT team at Oxford University blocked access to Google Docs - hoping to wake up users to the threat..
Would such a technique work in your organisation?
The controversial presenter of BBC's "Top Gear" programme, has had his Twitter account compromised by spammers... and he wants his revenge.
Although you may not be duped by email scams, it's perfectly possible that you know someone elderly or vulnerable who might be. Always be on the lookout on their behalf, as a surprising number of easily exploited people have become financial victims in the past.
Within seconds of the news breaking that Pope Benedict XVI was to resign, spam began to appear on Twitter taking advantage of the story.
The firm behind fake websites such as "News 6 News Alerts," "Health News Health Alerts," or "Health 5 Beat Health News" has had to cease its deceptive operations after it was fined by the FTC.
SophosLabs researcher Richard Wang ran into a unusual opt-out disclaimer earlier today in an email message. It would appear that this spammer has a sense of humor and is polite to boot!
Scammers use desperate measures in their attempt to trick you into believing you have won a lottery run by Arsenal Football Club.
Not all cybercriminal activity is sophisticated.
It doesn't have to be clever in order to earn money for the bad guys. If you never buy goods promoted via spam, life becomes much harder for the spammers. And maybe they'll have to find something else to do with their time.