What Did I Discuss On Radio – W/C 20th Oct

Ebola Phising Scams We have seen this now that with every disaster such as the missing Malaysian Airlines flight , social media is used by cyber criminals to latch onto , as a tactic to persuade people to click links and perhaps even hand over their private information to dodgy sites. Phishing emails may contain links that direct users to websites which collect personal information such as login credentials, or contain malicious attachments that can infect a system. Please double check anything you receive via email or see on social media related to Ebola, like emailed warnings, web-alerts, news updates and possibly even videos. The only way to get news about this is straight from a reputable source.  Also, do not fall for fake websites that solicit online donations for Ebola victims. Verify the site is legit before you donate anything.  “Think Before You Click!” iOS 8.1 is now available… Read More

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