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I always find it interesting the way old scams are redressed for new and emerging channels. That was the case during the last few days when Twitter users and employees found themselves under attack by phishers and hackers: follow these links to ...
Blog Entry by Vicente | 06 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
2009 promise to be a pivotal year for OpenID. So far, industry adoption has been strong with consumer powerhouses such as Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft and MySpace backing up the technology. At the same time, consumer adoption remains limited to early ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 03 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
As you probably heard, a significant network security incident happened last week. A large phishing attack was perpetuated against CheckFree.com. Millions of consumer identities have presumably been stolen. Consumer impact aside, the attack warrants ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 13 Dec 2008 | 0 comments
By Yohai Einav, Senior Fraud Analyst A deserted street, night, a frightened old lady hops towards a policeman who just left the bar. Old lady: "Please officer, this e-mail is trying to phish me!" She shows a laptop to the ...
Blog Entry by yeinav | 10 Dec 2008 | 0 comments
This just in from the Washington Post : CheckFree, a major online bill payment site with over 24 million customers, had their domain hijacked and redirected to a site that tried to install malicious software on users computers. This all happened ...
Blog Entry by vipmobile | 05 Dec 2008 | 0 comments
Today PayPal launched mobile access for its Security Key. This means that along with the traditional token and credit card form factor, PayPal Security Key users can now get their one time password (OTP) texted to their mobile phone. This is very cool, ...
Blog Entry by vipblog | 24 Nov 2008 | 0 comments
By Yohai Einav, VeriSign Senior Fraud Researcher The FTC announced last month that is pushing back the deadline for the implementation of the " red-flag " requirements for another six months. Under the "red flags" all financial ...
Blog Entry by vipblog | 12 Nov 2008 | 0 comments
There has been a lot of buzz around Google's OpenID announcement last week. First, because Google awkwardly decided to change the service end point discovery part of the protocol. The good news is that Google fixed their faux-pas fairly quickly. ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 03 Nov 2008 | 0 comments
Organizations around the world are deploying VeriSign® Identity Protection (VIP) services to stop fraudsters from tricking consumers into revealing sensitive private information. VeriSign Identity Protection service's one-time-passwords (OTP) are ...
Blog Entry by vipblog | 29 Oct 2008 | 0 comments
You may have read the news over the weekend that cyber thieves raided Sarkozy's bank account and began stealing small amounts of money frequently. This marks the second high-profile online account break-in in recent weeks where an e-criminal ...
Blog Entry by vijai | 21 Oct 2008 | 0 comments