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PETALING JAYA: Users should be well informed and do the necessary checks to avoid falling victim to fake websites.
PETALING JAYA: Fake news and phishing emails are not just all as far as Internet scammers are concerned. The cheats have taken to designing elaborate imitation websites to fool people into revealing confidential and financial information, warn cybersecurity experts.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has warned the public to beware of a viral message about a RM6,000 incentive and which links to a fake EPF website.
All you need to have your identity stolen is an email address, a social media profile or an account with an online retailer. That's why experts say essentially everyone who goes online needs to be wary of fraudsters.
PETALING JAYA: The creator of viral website siapakenahack.com confirmed it is fake.
The technique known as "phishing" is used by Internet crooks to try to steal the web users' identity or personal data via fraudulent e-mails with links to fake or compromised websites.
Internet attackers using tricks such as trojan viruses and phishing are becoming ever more inventive, but computer users can protect themselves if they follow a few simple tips.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has cautioned the public on bogus emails using the central bank's name that purportedly requires the recipient to click and download an attachment.