Archive for September, 2016


Fraud Advisory – Discount Tuition Scam

September 19th, 2016

Well organized fraudsters are running a scam using social media and word-of-mouth primarily targeting international students at U.S. colleges and universities. The fraudsters offer discounts on school tuition if the victim makes a tuition payment via the fraudsters. Victims are subsequently asked to provide their credentials to the school’s online tuition payment portal in order […]


OUCH! September Edition – Email

September 7th, 2016

We are excited to announce the September issue of OUCH! This month, led by Guest Editor Robert M. Lee, we focus on Email Do’s and Don’ts. Sometimes we get so focused on the bad guys that we forget we can be our own worst enemies. This is especially true of email, as I’m sure many […]


Apple Releases Emergency iOS Update

September 1st, 2016

Update¬†Addresses Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Being Exploited in the Wild Apple has released an emergency security update for iOS after it was discovered that three zero-day vulnerabilities were being exploited in the wild. These three vulnerabilities when used together could be used to achieve remote code execution with kernel level privileges. Citizen Labs and Lookout, research firms […]