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Bryan Denny is Your All-Purpose Dating Chum
If you want to catch a catfish, you’re going to have to chum. And Bryan Denny is the perfect bait.
Rob Shavell (Good Sport) is No Match for Adam’s Paranoia
We all have that friend who has a knack for making you lose sleep at night. Adam is that friend.
April’s Mom Was Addicted to Her Scammer
A catphisher conned April’s mom into sending him hundred of thousands of dollars.
Austin Federa Confirms Our Suspicions About Crypto Scams
This week’s guest joins us for some good old-fashioned confirmation bias.
Michelle Dennedy Is the Most Interesting Person in the World
In this episode we learn how good underwear hygiene can keep you from getting hacked.
DNS Poisoning: What is it?
DNS poisoning is a hacking method that can be hard for end users to detect. Here's what you need to know.
- Consumer Protection
- Data breach
- Data Security
- DIY Cyber
- Financial Literacy
- health care
- Identity Theft
- Personal Finance
- Social Media
- student loans
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Jordan Got Scammed Selling AirPod Knockoffs Online
A teenage entrepreneur found himself in the crosshairs of a perfectly pleasant extortionist.
What Is A Pig Butchering Scam?
Responding to an unsolicited text message may be placing one at risk of getting caught in a pig butchering scam.
Kate Meets a Stress Scammer on Reddit
We’ve gotten used to the fact hackers tend to target nice people, but this week’s story is ridiculous.
Callback Phishing Scams: How they Work
Callback phishing scams use phony invoices to extort money from people. Here’s what you need to know.
Adam Levin Shares Tips About Holiday Scams with Spectrum News 1
Adam Levin was featured in a news segment on Spectrum News 1 with Susan Carpenter on how customers can protect themselves from scams over the holiday season.
Al Franken Revisits the Topic of Digital Privacy with New Sketch
Al Franken joined the cast of “What the Hack with Adam Levin” earlier this week to revisit an idea he had a few years back.