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Four Ways Criminals Are Exploiting Interest in Initial Coin Offerings
February 1, 2018

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are a way of crowdfunding cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency platforms. By the end of 2017, almost $4 …

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Threats to the 2018 Football World Cup: Traditional Rules or a New Style of Play?

June 7, 2018

The tension and excitement that precedes all global sporting events is beginning to build towards the start of this year’s …

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Shadow Talk Update – 05.21.2018

May 21, 2018

In this week’s episode of Shadow Talk, Digital Shadows’ Head of Security Engineering, Dr Richard Gold, joins the pod to …

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Shadow Talk Update – 03.05.2018

March 5, 2018

On this week’s Shadow Talk podcast, the Research Team cover CVE-2018-4878 being used in a spam campaign, the HTTPS certificate …

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Windows Shopping: 7 Threats To Look Out For This Holiday Season

November 23, 2016

Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas. There’s a lot of shopping to be done between now and the end of …

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Overexposed and Under-Prepared; The Risks of Oversharing Online

November 8, 2016

I have a confession to make. I know where you live. I also know who you’re married to and the …

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Squashing Domain Squatting

October 24, 2016

Digital Shadows was recently the victim of a domain squat attempt. As we eat our own dog food, we thankfully …

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Phishful Of Dollars: BEC Remains Top Of The Charts

October 3, 2016

Business email compromise (BEC) is not going away. Since we initially wrote about BEC back in April 2016, we have …

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Even The Hackers Are Targeted By Phishers

September 8, 2015

We noticed a Tweet from one of the groups we are tracking which claimed that the popular football game FIFA was “offline”. Given the unspecific nature of the Tweet and the lack of any evidence suggesting that the online services of the game had been affected by any kind of cyber attack, we assessed that it was likely a false claim.

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