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Cyber criminals tool up for Christmas


Eldorado
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"Earlier this week, Venafi, which specialises in machine identity protection, released new intelligence on the rapid growth of lookalike domains using valid transport layer security (TLS) certificates to appear legitimate.

"It claims to have spotted more than 100,000 such domains targeting 20 retailers in Australia, France, Germany, the UK and the US.

"This is over five times more than the number of authentic retail domains, and in the UK, the number was six times greater, spread across the top 20 online stores in the country."

Full heads-up at Computer Weekly UK: https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252473973/Cyber-criminals-tool-up-for-Christmas-fraud-season

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Most large-scale crime is online now. (or in the White House)

Nobody robs banks anymore.

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4 minutes ago, acute said:

Most large-scale crime is online now. (or in the White House)

Nobody robs banks anymore.

Not a bank but retro nonetheless...

"Art thief stopped trying to steal two paintings from Rembrandt exhibition in Dulwich"

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breaking-art-thief-stopped-trying-20881726

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13 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

Art thief stopped trying to steal two paintings from Rembrandt exhibition in Dulwich

He won't get far with Regan and Carter on his trail!

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We still have bank robberies over here.

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