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New tool on Instagram to provide income opportunities for content creators

05 Ноябрь 2022 - 02:21

Instagram is launching a new tool to give direct income to content creators. Using this tool called Digital Collectibles, creators can collect money directly from followers in exchange for displaying various content created by them.





The photo and video sharing social network owned by Meta has already started testing the tool on selected users living in the United States. When the tool is launched, followers will pay a fixed amount every month to watch videos made by popular creators.

All Twitter offices are closed

04 Ноябрь 2022 - 07:22

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All Twitter offices are closed
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Published: 04 November 2022, 22:19
Twitter office
Twitter Office Reuters
Twitter has temporarily closed all its offices on Friday. Not only that, the microblogging site has also revoked internal system access privileges for employees. As a result, employees cannot use or control any of Twitter's internal technologies and services without special permission.




The number of workers on the layoff list is not known, but it is believed to be in the thousands. Because earlier, Twitter's owner and CEO Elon Musk announced plans to cut half of Twitter's workforce to reduce operating costs.


After taking ownership of Twitter a week ago, Elon Musk fired some of the site's top executives, including CEO Parag Agarwal. He announced the plan to lay off staff first with the responsibility of Twitter.


Twitter sent an email message to employees on Thursday. It said global layoffs will begin Friday at 12 a.m. local time in order to get Twitter on a healthy path. Employees who will be retrenched will be notified of the next steps on their personal e-mail addresses. Those who will not be retrenched will be informed through official e-mail.

Cybercriminals are sending fake e-mails with the lure of verifying Twitter accounts

03 Ноябрь 2022 - 06:19

Cybercriminals are sending fake e-mails to steal passwords
Cybercriminals send fake e-mails to steal passwords Reuters
Elon Musk, the world's richest man, took ownership of Twitter on Thursday. Soon after taking ownership, he fired several top executives and became the chief executive officer (CEO) of Twitter himself.

After Elon Musk took over, Twitter said it would cost $8 a month to use a verified account. However, as no information has been given about when this program will start or how to pay the money, various kinds of speculations are going on among the users. Cybercriminals steal Twitter account passwords by sending fake e-mails based on users' interests.

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Cybercriminals send a link to fill out a form called the Twitter Help Form with the e-mail sent to fool Twitter users. Many people get confused by the name of the Twitter help form and enter the link and submit their Twitter account name and password.

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Complaints about the decrease in the number of Twitter followers
Complaints about the decrease in the number of Twitter followers

Even if the fake e-mails sent from Gmail addresses contain links to Google Docs, users' information is stored on a different website. Because of this, account passwords of Twitter users easily get into the possession of cybercriminals. After learning about the matter, Google quickly disabled Gmail accounts and Google Docs used by cybercriminals.

Cyber ​​experts have advised Internet users to be careful about fake e-mails to protect their information. They also advise against clicking on links and downloading attachments in fake e-mails.

WhatsApp was activated after 2 hours

26 Октябрь 2022 - 02:42

Online shopping fraud is on the rise, says cyber security firm NortonLifeLock. According to a study titled 'Consumer Cyber ​​Safety Pulse Report' conducted by the company's research institute Norton Labs, cybercriminals often make fake or tempting offers of various products online to lure customers. Such offers are often offered on various essential products including electronics, jewellery, clothing.

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Android smartphone users at risk of surveillance
Android smartphone




Fake websites offer tempting offers as well as fake positive reviews about products. As a result, many people mistake it as a real online shop. But in most cases, customers are given fake products when they apply to fake online shops. Many buyers don't even get the product they paid for. Not only that, cybercriminals also collect various information, e-mail or social networking site account addresses of users in the name of product order or delivery. As a result, users' online security is threatened.

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Malware is spreading from Google Play Store
Apps capable of introducing malware should be removed quickly

Research has shown that nearly 80 percent of websites provide users' search history to various organizations. By reviewing the search history it is possible to know the interests of the users as well as to identify the location through their IP address. In addition to advertising campaigns, phishing attacks are also carried out using this information.

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Microsoft's advice on protecting against ransomware
Awareness is essential in protecting against ransomware attacks.
Norton Labs recommends several precautions to avoid fraud in online shopping. According to the company, one should be careful if unknown websites offer to sell products at prices lower than the market price. If in doubt, check the domain address of the website. At the same time, unfamiliar financial transactions should be avoided

Online shopping fraud is on the rise

24 Октябрь 2022 - 02:58

Online shopping fraud is on the rise, says cyber security firm NortonLifeLock. According to a study titled 'Consumer Cyber ​​Safety Pulse Report' conducted by the company's research institute Norton Labs, cybercriminals often make fake or tempting offers of various products online to lure customers. Such offers are often offered on various essential products including electronics, jewellery, clothing.

Read more
Android smartphone users at risk of surveillance
Android smartphone




Fake websites offer tempting offers as well as fake positive reviews about products. As a result, many people mistake it as a real online shop. But in most cases, customers are given fake products when they apply to fake online shops. Many buyers don't even get the product they paid for. Not only that, cybercriminals also collect various information, e-mail or social networking site account addresses of users in the name of product order or delivery. As a result, users' online security is threatened.

Read more
Malware is spreading from Google Play Store
Apps capable of introducing malware should be removed quickly

Research has shown that nearly 80 percent of websites provide users' search history to various organizations. By reviewing the search history it is possible to know the interests of the users as well as to identify the location through their IP address. In addition to advertising campaigns, phishing attacks are also carried out using this information.

Read more
Microsoft's advice on protecting against ransomware
Awareness is essential in protecting against ransomware attacks.
Norton Labs recommends several precautions to avoid fraud in online shopping. According to the company, one should be careful if unknown websites offer to sell products at prices lower than the market price. If in doubt, check the domain address of the website. At the same time, unfamiliar financial transactions should be avoided


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