More and more Australians are losing money to scammers and cyber criminals through their mobile devices (smart-phones & tablets) than ever before. Last year more than $3.1 billion was lost to scams — an 80 per cent increase from 2021 — according to a report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. We tell you […]
Since 27th March 2023 only iPhone models 6S and higher have been receiving security updates. This means that your iPhone could be susceptible to being hacked or compromised. See the current supported list here if an iPhone 6 or earlier. How do I tell what model iPhone I have? Look in “Settings” and goto General
You may have recently recieved an email from Apple such as the following …. If you run an older iMac or MacBook or Mac Mini over 6 years old, there is a chance you may still be running the original operating system it was supplied with. (how to check what Mac OS version I have)
No doubt you are already using MFA or 2FA (Two Factor Authentication) or 2SV (2-step verification) for Online Banking, Government Services and many other online services but did you know it can also be used to secure your personal Gmail email or Google account from hacking and Identity theft? Some MFA apps are specific to
No doubt you are already using MFA or 2FA (Two Factor Authentication) or 2SV (2-step verification) for Online Banking, Government Services, Xero and many other online services but did you know it can also be used to secure your personal Office 365, Outlook.com, Hotmail.com, OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, Skype Microsoft accounts from Hacking and Identity theft?
Many scams are now being sent by Text or SMS message as well as by email. When clicked on an iPhone it is very easy to be fooled into thinking that you are accessing a genuine site. The reason is simply SAFARI, Apples default internet browser, does not detect suspicious websites. Here is what happens