Scareware is an evolution of older, social engineering-based attacks that aim to trick users into paying to fix a non-existent problem with their machine.
Social engineering is manipulation technique, relying heavily on human interaction and error to gain access to private information, networks and other valuable assets. These attacks are based around how people think and play on their emotions - when a hacker understands what motivates a user's actions, they can deceive and manipulate them. There are [...]
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a software distribution model which a cloud provider hosts applications and makes them available to end users over the internet.
Spyware is software that is installed into a computer device, without the end user’s knowledge, in order to gather data and sensitive information and is currently one of the most common threats to internet users. This type of malware infects your PC or mobile in order to gather information including sites you visit, what [...]