Voicemail phishing scam goes after passwords

As if warning staff about suspicious email document attachments and links isn’t enough, now infosec pros have to tell them to watch out for suspicious voice mail attachments trying to steal passwords. Security vendor EdgeWave said this week it has seen a “dramatic increase” in phishing email using .EML attachments, which is a file extension for an […]

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Putting the Flexbox Albatross to Real Use

Share this: If you hadn’t seen it, Heydon posted a rather clever flexbox layout pattern that, in a sense, mimics what you could do with a container query by forcing an element to stack at a certain container width. I was particularly interested, as I was fighting a little layout situation at the time I […]

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Asus Chromebook C523 review: a big Chromebook on a budget

For a budget device, the Chromebook C523 packs a fantastic keyboard, a plethora of ports, solid build, and long battery life. Our review unit’s Intel Celeron N3350 processor struggled to keep up with heavy multitasking, but still easily cut through daily office duties. Its excellent value is only marred by its terrible display and subpar […]

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Can you spot the phish? Take Google’s test

Everybody loves quizzes. So why not take this one and hone your phish-spotting prowess? Google’s technology incubator Jigsaw has revealed a quiz that tests users’ abilities to identify phishing attacks. In asking you to distinguish legitimate emails from phishing scams, the test reveals some of the most common scenarios that fraudsters use with a view […]

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