On March 14, the China Media Group and government departments jointly held a March 15 party to protect the rights and interests of consumers. The party exposed criminals using "ETC card disable", "express lost claims" and other scams to lure consumers into phishing websites to defraud them.
According to the report, Chen received a text message indicating that her ETC card had been disabled and she needed to log in to the web page to sign in. When Ms. Chen clicked on the link,The page appeared to be fine, so she followed the prompts to enter her phone number, bank card number and other personal information.But then Ms Chen received six text messages within three seconds.
315 Information Security Lab warned that Ms. Chen suffered from a typical phishing website fraud, according to the requirements of phishing websites, consumers fill in each item, the system will automatically record. Names, ID numbers, mobile phone numbers, bank account information and even balances are all in the hands of criminals.
At the same time, when the other party launched screen sharing, remote assistance, more to be vigilant, because at the moment consumers on the mobile phone will be transmitted to fraudsters in real time.
Captcha, in particular, is now an integral part of web use, and if you're sharing screens,The verification code on the mobile phone can be seen by crooks in real time, which leads to the loss of property security on the mobile phone.
In many telecom anti-fraud propaganda, consumers are reminded to improve their awareness of prevention and protect their personal information.
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