Some big hacks made headlines in 2014…so what’s in store for cybercrime this year? Experts warn that hackers are getting more sophisticated and predict they’ll go after even bigger targets in 2015.
Several fake websites are offering to help people apply for public assistance, if they provide financial and personal information.
Phone numbers, passwords, bank account information. If you put all that stuff on your Smartphone, do you know how to get it all off? As CBS4’s Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine explains, don’t assume you’ve wiped your Smartphone clean before you get rid of it.
First there were “bar codes.” Now Q-R codes are popping up on product labels, magazine ads and billboards beckoning consumers to click or scan. But buyer beware. CBS4’s Jorge Estevez explains how those black boxes with white dots could cost you dearly.
The iPhone has revolutionized modern technology. But some say it’s an open door for dark forces to do their worst.