Research & Studies

The Brands and Industries that Phishing Scammers Impersonate the Most

The first phishing incident took place in 1994, when a Pennsylvania teenager sent bogus messages asking AOL customers to verify their accounts, revealing their password to the scammer. Thirty years later, many of the thousands of phishing emails sent each day rely on the same underlying technology: trust in a well-known brand name. For our

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Research & Studies

The Most Dangerous Pop Culture Passwords in 2024

In a world where over 2,200 cyberattacks are made per day, passwords are an internet user’s baseline defense against digital ne’er-do-wells. But when the average person has to remember 168 of them for their myriad online accounts, it’s easy to see how password fatigue can set in. Unfortunately, hackers are all too aware of humanity’s

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