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go to site The scams are so widespread and lucrative that whole call centres have been set up by the criminal gangs, sometimes employing hundreds of people. The campaign group Get Safe Online said a quarter of people it had questioned had received such calls. They warn that internet users should also be wary of ‘pop up’ advertising offering virus checks.
Harvesting personal information
see url Earlier this year, Google warned that it had discovered increased amounts of malicious, fake anti-virus software available across the web. Get Safe Online agrees that this is a growing problem, and told the BBC that ‘it has charted a growth in two related scams designed to trick people into installing fake anti-virus software as a means of harvesting personal information such as credit card details.’
here The UK’s Serious and Organised Crime Agency (Soca) e-crime unit have attempted to trace the scams back to the criminal organisations that have set them up.
الخيارات الثنائية للهند Sharon Lemon, deputy director of Soca, told the BBC: ‘In recent cases, we’ve seen gangs employing 300 to 400 people to run their operations and using call-centre-scale set-ups to target victims en masse.
‘They can also be paying out as much as $150,000 [£92,000] a month to individual webmasters who are unwittingly advertising their fake software – this level of investment from criminals indicates that the returns are much heftier than this.’
تداول السوق الاسهم السعودية Take a look at www.identitytheft.org.uk, for more information – a website produced by an impressive array of public and private sector bodies to combat the threat of identity theft.