Kamis, 01 November 2012
Quick Tips Escaped Trap a Scam on Facebook
According to security firm Eset, many victims end up infected with trojans, viruses, and other malware with the same initial lured scam Facebook.
"It requires more attention and understanding when we look at the lure of a scam on Facebook," Yudhi Steady, Technical Consultant PT. Prosperita-Eset Indonesia.
He added, Melb can be easily and quickly spread from wall to wall. And the scammer will do everything possible that can be done from the common to the quite creative.
"The impact of Facebook scam vary, most scam will lead to powerful drug advertising, but, none of them scam really dangerous that can steal your Facebook ID to drain your wallet," said Massy.
Here are quick tips to avoid pitfalls Melb.
-. Stop and do not do the activity (click the image, and others) when we see something suspicious. For example, the sudden friend posted a picture of a bold suggestion
-. Think, if you still want to know more. Think what our friend did have a habit of posting it? Check whether the news / picture is correct, the phone / sms / chat directly with a question. If it's an ad, check via reliable news portal news regarding truth.
-. Continue to click if this is true or friends who post valid news.
-. Enable the Facebook application for anticipatory scanner, it will scan the entire wall to make sure we are safe.
-. Use Antiivrus products with the latest update, realtime, lightweight and able to deal with problems of social networking. Make sure you can discuss with Support product if you have a problem.
Scam scam on Facebook is diverse. Starting from lure potential victims with free gadget until hot photo artist.