Sometimes even cybercriminals go fishing. They hunt for a special goldfish — our personal data. So, what can you do to protect yourself from phishing?
Nearly every person has ever faced a cyber criminal’s activity; many have become victims of banking frauds. So, how does it happen?
Cyber-literate users possesses a variety of good habits, which protect them online and offline. What are these traits?
Don't be a slowpoke, follow Dr. House's rule: everybody lies, especially on the Internet.
Cybercriminals often pretend to be nice and amiable. Here are a few rules how not to become a victim of these malicious folks.
Facebook attracts a lot of cyber-criminals. Kaspersky Lab partnered with Facebook to protect you from these cyber-criminals.
The web service for secure password storage, LastPass, asks users to change their passwords ASAP.
Cybercriminals frequently use spam as the primary channel to spread malware. Of course, this is something we should take care of.
Kaspersky Lab experts detected a sly scheme that allows fraudsters to steal personal data without your login and password.
An annoying story of 'free' WiFi hotspots by St. Petersburg-based Smart WiFi. Nothing is for free, though, as you end up paying with your vk.com credentials