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Trusting youth

The victims of criminal operations in social networks are more often young people.

Trusting youth

The Bank of Russia noted a surge in the number of crimes related to hacking accounts on social networks.
Many were faced with a situation where criminals, having hacked a page, begin to write messages on behalf of its owner. So you can invent a difficult situation and arouse sympathy among friends, enter into trust and get them to transfer money to solve the problem.
Recently, however, people of older age are less likely to fall for such tricks of scammers. Now people with a request to transfer money more often believe people 30-45 years old. About 65 percent of them are women, the deputy head of the information security department of the Central Bank said.

Another reason why people of age are not the key audience of such criminals: pensioners, even if they have mastered social networks well, usually do not have large amounts on the card, they generally prefer cash. Accordingly, it is young people who are subject to such attacks on social networks. They should be vigilant.

Source: Russian newspaper

04.09.2019 10:08:00
(Automatic translation)

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