CyberSecurity Malaysia: Beware, your cyberfling could turn into a blackmail scam


KUALA LUMPUR: National cybersecurity specialist agency CyberSecurity Malaysia today alerted the public to the dangers of ‘cyberflirts’, saying it is linked to a rising trend in cyber blackmail scams. 

Victims are targeted via social networking sites such as Facebook, Tagged and online video chat services such as Skype, with the perpetrators believed to be foreign nationals creating a scam hub in various locations including Malaysia.  

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