25 Apr 2019

IRS’ Outdated App Security Leaves Taxpayers at Risk of Identity Theft, Watchdog Says

A recent audit by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) concluded that many of the IRS’ web applications that people can use to pay taxes or access tax-related services are relying on outdated security controls. In order to properly secure taxpayers, the apps should incorporate the National Institute

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12 Apr 2019

Tax Fraud and ID Theft Services Getting Cheaper on the Dark Web

New research by Carbon Black shows that the tax fraud and identity theft services that are offered on the dark web keep on getting cheaper. As a result, anyone with $1000 to spend will now be able to commit tax fraud through a streamlined process that involves purchasing info for

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09 Apr 2019

‘Digital Doppelganger’ Underground Takes Payment Card Theft to the Next Level

Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered a massive underground online marketplace where criminals are selling over 60,000 digital doppelgangers, which are stolen, legitimate digital identities that include information like login credentials to online banking systems as well as the digital ‘masks’ or ‘fingerprints’ of victims, i.e. information about their digital behavior

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