Once again ESET Ireland is warning Irish users to avoid falling for the latest Revenue “tax refund” scam. As usual, the scam arrives in the form of a phishing email, pretending to be from Revenue, saying: “Due to a technical issue, we are unable to process your tax refund and the procedure is currently on … More A detailed end of the year Revenue refund scam hitting Irish mailboxes
The social networking behemoth is expected to face a formal investigation by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission in what could be the “acid test” of GDPR since the law became effective in May. Facebook has announced that it found no evidence that attackers had used stolen account access tokens on other websites or apps that enable … More Facebook: No evidence attackers used stolen access tokens on third-party sites
ESET Ireland looks at the latest scam targeting Irish users, using their passwords as bait, mentioning adult websites and trying to extort large sums of money. “It is just so unfortunate. I’m aware login123 is your password. More importantly, I know about your secret and I’ve evidence of this,” says an email received by many … More They have my password, now they’re blackmailing me!
In just under 2 weeks all paths will lead to the South West as the Independance Music and Arts festival takes place in Mitchelstown on the August Bank Holiday weekend. The 2018 Limerick Motor Club sprint will be taking place only a few miles away in Glenroe. Mark Carroll will take to the hill in … More Shifting into high gear with ESET
Gary Davis accused of working as an administrator for the notorious dark web marketplace appears in a federal court in New York. A 30-year-old Irish man accused of working for the dark web marketplace Silk Road has been extradited to the United States to face charges. Gary Davis, was arrested in 2014 and charged with being an administrator … More Irishman extradited to the US to face charges relating to Silk Road
ESET Ireland warns users to look out for a well made fake Netflix page, that includes a security certificate, but collects’ victims’ credit card numbers for the cybercriminals. A genuine-looking email was received by ESET Ireland, appearing to be a warning about an expiring Netflix subscription, titled “Your cancellation confirmation”, claiming the user’s payment at … More Convincing fake Netflix page phishing for victims’ credit cards
ESET Ireland has seen an increase in emails with infected attachments, claiming to be invoices, tricking unwary businesses to click on them and infect themselves. Businesses in Ireland should be on the lookout for brief emails with attachments. ESET Ireland has seen many in the past few weeks, with a subject like “Invoice #39601” or … More Irish businesses targeted with trojan-carrying fake invoice emails