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Staying Ahead of Cybermuggers

December 27, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Many people know it’s a bad idea to open attachments in email received from strangers, but relatively few know they need to take the same precautions when clicking links on social media sites and even VoIP (Voice Over IP) service Skype. In recent weeks, cybercriminals have been targeting individuals through Skype, and the criminals have been picking up their game and increasingly utilizing so-called ransomware or scareware.

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