In what is fast becoming a real issue for Skype, phishing scams are now in abundance and showing no sign of letting up.
The latest tactic used by scammers is to call unsuspecting Skype users under the pseudonym of ‘Skype Help’. When a person answers the call they are told that their machines are infected with viruses. A link then appears directing them to what is advertised as the cure, but what is a malware site giving the user software that will inevitably infect their machine with whatever the scammer chooses.
Obviously tech-savvy users won’t fall for such an obvious ploy, but we all know people who are not so versed in the ways of internet scams. Make sure to prepare your less savvy brethren for this latest scam.
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