July 25, 2011 by staff
Oslo Explosion, However, in response, the criminals are concentrating their efforts on Facebook, where their chances of success are greater. However, anyone who clicks on the link will go to a separate page, which asks a person to complete a survey. Cybercriminals earn money every time someone visits the page.
At other times, the videos are fake people inadvertently download viruses and software problems on your computer. Security experts have said they were surprised by the speed with which the fraudsters were able to create fake news items. Within four hours of the death of Amy Winehouse, a fake video was widely circulated on Facebook. Urban Schrott, cyber crimeanlyst with ESET in Ireland, said that the existence of fraud “very successful means to persuade people just click on the links. “Unfortunately, this is nothing new. Despite the misleading links that appear practically after every major event in the past year, the speed they spread indicates they are getting enthusiastic clicking of Facebook users.” He added that include anti-filters are usually able to block email-based versions of these scams get through the inboxes of people.
However, in response, the criminals are concentrating their efforts on Facebook, where their chances of success are greater.
“Criminals are shifting the focus to social networks, where the interest of users working in their favor.
“ESET Ireland recommends extreme caution with all the links related to the sensational headline in social networks. Think before you click!” He said.
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