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ISP customer data breach could turn into supercharged tech support scams

As Naked Security readers will be aware, tech support fraudsters have recently taken a real shine to customers of TalkTalk, a British internet service provider. 610 more words

Data Loss

Questions linger after ISP blocks TeamViewer over fraud fears

Last Wednesday, for no apparent reason, the TeamViewer remote desktop application stopped working on the network of one of the UK’s largest ISPs, TalkTalk.

It’s a popular application with remote support professionals and power users alike and so support forums… 601 more words

Data Loss

BT Openreach separation agreed but still part of BT Group

This morning it was announced that BT and Ofcom have reached agreement on a long-term regulatory settlement that will see Openreach become a distinct, legally separate company with its own Board. 327 more words

Are you customer of a firm that's been breached? Look out for more attacks

TalkTalk’s security breaches in the UK and the action it’s taken have been widely publicised. What’s less well-known is the aftermath of a breach like that, and how organised criminals can get involved. 345 more words

Privacy

Scammers Target Talk Talk Customers

“TalkTalk customers are being targeted by an industrial-scale fraud network…” reports the BBC. It’s a good reminder to always be wary of cold callers asking for information or suggesting you need to install software on your computer to “fix” problems. 21 more words

Online Safety

How to get out of your broadband contract

Are you feeling like you’re being let down by your current service provider? Do you feel they aren’t looking after you as a loyal customer? Perhaps you’ve just had a change of circumstances and a different provider can offer you something that suits your lifestyle better than your current. 463 more words

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"Dear Pirate..."

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Many internet providers in the U.K. (including ISPreview, BT, Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Sky Broadband) will start sending out (up to 2.5 million) emails to individuals suspected of copyright infringement. 124 more words

Music Business