Remind Symantec, Beware Scam World Cup!

Thursday, February 25, 2010 ·

The tournament's most prestigious soccer, World Cup (World Cup) in 2010, precisely on June 11 next will be held.

With the presence of the World Cup, the 3.1 million tickets will be sold. With the presence of the World Cup, the 3.1 million tickets will be sold. In addition, there will be more than 400 million people worldwide who watch every game on television. In addition, there will be more than 400 million people worldwide who watch every game on television. Many fans who use the Internet to find tickets, accommodation, and flights. Many fans who use the Internet to find flights, accommodation, and flights. However, be careful. However, be careful. The problem cyber criminals such as spammers or scammers are scheming to attack Internet users to manipulate the World Cup. The problem of cyber-criminals such as spammers or scammers are scheming to attack Internet users to manipulate the World Cup.


Internet security service provider, Symantec also reveals the possibilities can occur. Internet security service provider, Symantec also Reveal the possibilities that can happen. Through www.2010netthreat.com site, Symantec provides the data, comments, security tips and useful links for football fans looking for news on the internet, tickets, and information about the tournament. Through the site www.2010netthreat.com, Symantec provides the data, comments, security tips and useful links for football fans looking for news on the internet, tickets, and information about the tournament.


Paul Wood (senior analyst at Symantec Hosted Services), said that the biggest football tournament this world would attract more than 1 billion fans, including cyber criminals. Paul Wood (senior analyst at Symantec Hosted Services), said that the biggest football tournament this world would attract more than 1 billion fans, including cyber criminals. "According to history, sports events such as large-scale, this will lead to an increase in the number of cyber threats," explained Wood. "According to history, sports events such as large-scale, this will lead to an increase in the number of cyber threats," explained Wood.


"Phishing attacks increased 66% during the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008. "Phishing attacks increased 66% during the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008. Facts about put two undersea communication cables in the South African coast last July also exacerbate the threat level. Facts about put two Undersea communication cables in the South African coast last July also exacerbate the threat level. History shows that evil activity increased in a country following the availability of new bandwidth, "added Wood through written statements. History shows that evil activity increased in a country following the availability of new bandwidth," added Wood through a written statement .


Therefore, users should be careful. Therefore, users should be careful. The attack is called a 419 scam, spam, and phishing will disguise and woo Internet users through special offers related to the event. The attack is called a 419 scam, spam, and phishing will Disguise and woo Internet users through special offers related to the event. To avoid easy. Easy to avoid. "The rule is, if one looks very unlikely to be true, it probably is a scam," beber Gordon Love (Africa Regional Director, Symantec). "The rule is, if one looks very Unlikely to be true, it probably is a scam," beber Gordon Love (Africa Regional Director, Symantec).


These cyber criminals with some even picking up orek users' personal information, the following bank account number, and credit card number for the user's money drain. These cyber criminals with some even picking up orek users' personal information, the following bank account number, and credit card number for the user's money drain. Sites that urge vigilance against any scam or spam is rampant. Sites that urge Vigilance against any scam or spam is rampant.


Not wits, cyber criminals and then poison the user by displaying their fake web site on the first level of search results. Not wits, cyber criminals and then poison the user by displaying their fake web site on the first level of search results. "Users often assume that sites that appear first are legitimate sites / original, and perhaps to click these sites without first checking the source," added Love. "Users often Assume that sites that appear first are legitimate sites / original, and perhaps to click these sites without first checking the source," Love added. So, beware! So, beware!

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