Getting careless online could be costly


KUALA LUMPUR: In the age of information and communications technology, where an increasing amount of transactions happen in cyberspace, Internet users need to remain a step ahead of scammers.

They need to be extra careful to not download unknown software and applications, and to never open attachments from unknown senders, while exercising caution when performing online transactions.

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