New Apple phishing mail utilizes blogspot domain

The newest wave of Apple phishing emails now comes with blogspot domains to avoid being blocked by antispam and web filtering signatures. Blogspot.com is the domain primarily used by Blogger to accommodate users who would like to … [Read more...]

The Basics of Using a Multimeter

One of the most useful tools in electronics is a multimeter, which is also sometimes called a multitester or VOM (volt-ohm-milliammeter). You’ve probably seen one at home in your dad’s toolbox, or perhaps when an electrician comes … [Read more...]

Spicy Noodle Challenge Casualty Facebook Spam

You and your friends may have tried to do the viral spicy noodle challenge. You may have been dared by someone to record yourself while eating the spicy Korean noodles and have it posted on your Facebook account. The trend just … [Read more...]

The Rise of Grab

Grab is set to become the biggest taxi company in Southeast Asia. After the recent marketing campaign that managed to tempt over 2,000 cab drivers from rival cab company ComfortDelGro to jump ship and join them, Grab are making … [Read more...]

BPI Cards’ Fraud Report phishing mail

The phishing saga continues. The group behind the Metrobank Card phishing scheme we featured last time is seemed to be the same people behind BPI Card's variant of this attack. This Sunday, a BPI Card version of the phishing … [Read more...]

New Metrobank Card phishing mail asks victims to update bank info

Credit card clients of Metrobank, one of the major banks in the Philippines, are now being targeted by the latest wave of phishing mails. The said mail informs victims about fraudulent activity that was detected on their card … [Read more...]

YouTube Fake Survey Page

After featuring Sky Cable on our blog a couple of days ago, looks like the culprits behind the fake survey page managed to come up with another brand to hide their true identity. Having the same technique and page template, the … [Read more...]

Sky Cable Fake Survey Page

Most of the malicious pages created that are associated with ads are not focused on local brands. Apple and Facebook are usually top favorites but recently, cybercriminals are using a local cable brand to lure users to participate … [Read more...]

Skimming device discovered in an ATM inside SM Megamall

Thieves nowadays are getting digital. Skimming devices are no longer rare as they used to be. So for us, customers, we have to be more vigilant. Here's another instance of a reported skimming device found in an ATM. What's even … [Read more...]

Fake Dunkin’ Donuts Promo Page

You may have noticed that some Facebook Pages are now offering promos for certain brands but as a consumer, we have to be extra wary if these are legit or not. Recently, we have noticed some of our friends sharing a promotion … [Read more...]