To mark the beginning of the New Year, we would like to remember the most-read articles and newsletters of 2023. The following articles and newsletters made it to the top of our charts.
With 20.981 views, the “Deleting browser history” report tops our articles charts, followed by our “Phishing test” feature and the one discussing “Tips for secure e-banking” with some 10.000 views each:
Deleting browser history
Instructions on how to delete your browser history in various browsers. This article can be found here.
Do you recognise phishing? Take the test! This article can be found here.
Tips for secure e-banking
Protect your e-banking facility, and carry out your banking transactions securely. This article can be found here.
As for as our newsletters are concerned, the one featuring ”The “Qbot” e-banking Trojan” was most widely read, followed by “Can my e-banking account be hacked just using an IBAN number, address and copy of my identity card? No, but...” and ”Are your password practices secure?” with some 1.200 views each:
The “Qbot” e-banking Trojan
Several security companies warn of the “Qbot” malware. This e-banking Trojan for instance is top of Check Point’s “Most Wanted Malware” list. This newsletter can be found here.
Can my e-banking account be hacked just using an IBAN number, address and copy of my identity card? No, but ...
With many types of fraud, attackers demand personal data such as your name, address and telephone number. In many cases, they also ask for an IBAN or request that their victims submit a copy of their passport or identity card. This newsletter can be found here.
Are your password practices secure?
Users are not given an exactly clean bill of health by security researchers: In spite of all awareness campaigns, a large majority is still using weak passwords. This newsletter can be found here.