The Dallas Observer is not actually selling a PS5 to the first person to DM them.
Motherboard found that the top result was a Google Ad that redirected users to a site that tried to steal their digital wallet.
A scammer said they managed to lock down the head of Instagram's account using a fake obituary.
The video was part of a fairly elaborate scam to trick people into sending the hacker Bitcoin.
Pirates are downloading designs from Merch by Amazon and selling designs as their own, while Amazon sorts out the printing and shipping for them.
An underground industry is abusing Instagram's mechanisms for removing self-injury and impersonating content to censor and harass people.
If you’re looking for something nice to hang on the wall of your totally legit “accounting” office, here’s how it’s done.
I'm not proud, but it worked.
After Motherboard’s investigation led to telcos stopping their sale of phone location data, apparent scammers are exploiting a void in the private investigator industry.
Scammers don't only hack Instagram accounts. Sometimes they just provide Instagram with some paperwork.