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It’s great when an app allows you to add extra security — a fingerprint scan or a depth map of your face, for example — to access its contents. In case someone ever gets their hands on your unlocked device (or figures out your PIN), it’ll be trickier for them to access critical apps, like your banking apps, if they don’t have your finger or face nearby.

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If you have a domain name registered in Australia you've probably received what looks like a renewal notice telling you you need pay a few hundred bucks for that domain you registered for $20 a year or two ago. The ACCC is taking action against Domain Name Corp Pty Ltd and Domain Name Agency Pty Ltd over this scam.

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One of the most popular ways for cybercriminals to steal personal information is by using email phishing scams. Cybercriminals often use this method of attack to trick employees from large organisations into clicking onto malicious links so they can gain access to corporate networks that contain valuable data. Here are 10 tips on how to avoid becoming a email phishing victim.

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Gone are the days when cybercriminals relied on those Nigerian Prince email scams to try to con victims into handing over their hard-earned cash. Cybercrime is now big business and the methods that attackers use to trick their victims are now more sophisticated than ever and even security conscious individuals could be ensnared. Yet, people are still made to feel embarrassed when they do fall for malware scams. This is making the problem worse, according to Symantec security expert Nick Savvides.

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Scammers posing as an IT support technician trying to get access to PCs aren't new and they use a variety of methods to gain your trust. One of the ways they do this is through creating a fake sense of legitimacy using professional websites such as LinkedIn. Read on to find out how.