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Network alerts on Friday against a new and cunning trick, where fraudsters call their victims up and on the Danish fluently pretending to be from the ’Nets' Telenor-section’.
the Goal of the call is to trick the card and the account information out of the victims, to convince them that their subscription has been blocked and must be re-opened.
‼Beware of fake calls from the Nets. Fraudsters speak Danish fluently. Remember to take good care of your credit card details#politidk #cyberscam https://t.co/HVQTMAr7Me— Sydsjællands Police (@SSJ_LFPoliti) 3. may 2019
the 'This 'Telenor-section' claim to have cancelled the same mobile subscription, after which you must hand in his card - and account information in order to get the subscription be reopened,' reads the warning in the app My Digital Self-defense.
'Those fake phone calls are made by people who speak fluent English and is very convincing and insistent. Previously, there have been examples of people who called and warned about suspicious transactions on your card, or lighted on, who had been raised large amounts of money on one's account.'
the Council is, of course, that you never share this type of information over the phone or in writing, as neither the Nets, your bank or a telecommunications company on the way contacts customers.
you Get a call, you should immediately break off contact. If you are in doubt, you can contact the bank or the company, claiming to call up, by using the company's official channels.
There are also problems with the Airbnb fraud for the time being.
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12 good advice on IT security
Beat the brain for when you receive a strange message that seems to come from your bank, Postnord or any other that will have your username and password. If you are in doubt, so the key even the address to, for example, the bank in, instead of clicking on the link.
If you have the option to turn on two-factor verification on a network service use the feature. Facebook, iTunes, Twitter, and Gmail are among those who, today, offers to send you an extra code via sms or an alternate email address. Without the code you can't abuse of your username and password on a foreign computer.
the Network's biggest stupidity is to use the same password and username everywhere. Do you do it, are you a hacker's easiest victim. So they must just find your codes on an insecure service and test them on a number of other known websites. Change regularly the password.
Keep the operating system on your devices up to date, but also remember to update the programs you use. If hackers find out that you are using old software, they can easily exploit a security hole and penetrate on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
the Consumer council Think and Trygfonden driver the app'My digital self-defense'. The idea is, among other things, that you can be warned against the current threats when they occur. You can find the app for both iPhone and Android.
It can be a good investment to have a newer antivirus program and a firewall. The latter is a kind of digital bodyguard, warning you when there is suspicious activity on your device.
Check out you personal network services such as your email or online banking on a public computer, for example the library, you run the risk that others follow in your communication. Always Log properly out of public computers when you leave them.
Wireless free network while on vacation or other places in the public space is tempting, but also a big risk. If you communicate unencrypted on the network and log on to a free Wi-Fi network, can your traffic be sent through the attacker's wireless network and be intercepted.
Your private wireless internet can be a way into your computer. Without any code on your network you may also risk to be misused for the illicit traffic, which is routed back to you. Turn, therefore, the encryption on the Wi-Fi router and select the advanced password.
do you Share private information like social security number, exact address, email address, and other data on the web, follow the hackers. In particular, the social network may be a trap, because you feel comfortable – but the hackers know where to look for useful information.
Physical letters with codes and personal data must be destroyed before you throw them in the trash. Curls you just the papers together, they are easy to assemble together and pry in. Also, remember to lock your physical mailbox.
If it goes wrong, or you have a suspicion that you have been hacked, so please respond immediately. Get the frozen credit card and other things of value, that you fear has been intercepted. Use professional tools to remove the hacker's software and protect yourself better.read more Close