A round up of the email scams swamping Aussie inboxes during the past week.
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The payroll company that left local IT contractors waiting for wages amid a $165 million tax fraud investigation has gone into administration.
The AFP has arrested the director of Plutus Payroll, the company named at the centre of a $165 million tax fraud investigation.
Plutus Payroll has been named as the company allegedly at the centre of a $165 million tax fraud investigation by the Australian Federal Police.
An Australian Federal Police investigator obtained a journalist’s call records without a warrant, it was revealed today.
It may take a major event, such as the undermining of a big four bank or Australia’s national information infrastructure, until the Australian Government dedicates the resources needed to combat cyber security, according to the Australian Federal Police (AFP).
Cyber criminals have changed tack in their ongoing scam campaign against banks, moving to the use of government agencies to gain the trust of unsuspecting email recipients.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) claims to have struck a major blow to a multi-million identity fraud syndicate.
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