Friday, August 5, 2016

Rio 2016. Fraudsters do not sleep. Once again, looking for gullible fans –

While any true fan would be able to give a lot to see a live performance of his team, so no one smiles pushing pockets fraudsters. And so, unfortunately, very often the case – warn experts from ESET engaged in providing antivirus solutions. “While the UEFA European Football fraudsters created fake websites offering tickets for the matches. This time, on the occasion of the Olympic Games, fraudsters send spam messages, which inform recipients that they have won the lottery tickets for the Games. To extort money from eager sports fans emotions, fraudsters also create fake pages only in theory offering tickets for the event. Their purchase ends a waste of money and disappointed hope for survival sport emotions “- gives ESET website.

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Another element is the practice of creating social media sites, according to which the tickets for the games can be purchased at a bargain price. Meanwhile, selling tickets this way is illegal and you can be almost one hundred percent certainty that such a party, eg. Facebook is a coarse attempt at fraud. By attempting to purchase tickets from unauthorized sources can also make more rigorous computer. “Before you start shopping, make sure that your operating system and programs you use are updated. Also, check Virus has the current virus signature database “- said experts from ESET.

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indicate that a safe ticket purchases can be made on the official website of the Games (you will find it here & gt; & gt; & gt; ), they add, too, that if someone ticket purchased, but can not go to Rio, should not offer resale on their own, but use of the abovementioned website, where you will be able to sell a ticket at no extra cost. How not to come across fake tickets? ESET provides a list of sites of trusted distributors of tickets (available at PDF & gt; & gt; & gt; ), also reminds us that before “before the transaction, check whether the browser bar appears padlock mark, and address is preceded by “https”. If so, then the connection is encrypted, and the data is protected. “



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